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SELECTBIO Conferences Innovations in Microfluidics & 3D-Printing Europe 2024


The Development and Use of 3D Printed Reactors in Flow and Photoflow Chemistry and the Collaborative Photoflow System – the Proteus Aether

Stephen Hilton, Associate Professor, University College London School of Pharmacy

In this talk we will describe our research into 3D printing and our research into the applications of various 3D printed reactors in flow chemistry, flow electrochemistry and flow photochemistry. We will also describe research from other groups into their use across a range of chemistry examples, demonstrating how the use of these low-cost reactors can make flow chemistry more accessible and reduce the barrier to entry for chemists in this key technology. As part of our research into 3D printing, we will also describe our research  into the Proteus Aether – a low cost 3D printed continuous flow system designed to make photoflow chemistry more accessible and accurate, with digital telemetry and its use by others.

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