Miroculus delivers assay flexibility and automation capacity in an affordable digital microfluidics platform, enabling seamless workflow integration from novel molecular protocols to data analytics.
26th Feb 2020
Miroculus Launches Digital Microfluidics Sample Prep System at AGBT, Explores New Applications.
25th Feb 2020
Utilizing a novel microfluidic technology to optimize enzymatic DNA synthesis for information storage application.
25th Feb 2020
Twist Bioscience and Miroculus Agree to Collaborate on Next-Generation Sequencing Target Enrichment and Library Preparation Tools for Clinical Research.
Miroculus Unveils its Miro Canvas System at AGBT 2020
24th Feb 2020
Miroculus, Inc. today announced that it will unveil its first commercial platform, the Miro Canvas, at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference in Marco Island, FL.
MicroTAS Poster 2019
29th Oct 2019
A Versatile Microfluidic Platform for Automating Complex Biological and Chemical Protocols.
ASHG Poster 2019
24th Oct 2019
A versatile microfluidic platform for NGS library preparation enables multi-omics studies for a broad range of research samples and laboratory settings.
Miroculus to Present Latest Developments of Automated NGS Library Prep at ASHG 2019 Demonstrating automation of the most complex protocols
14th Oct 2019
Miroculus, Inc. today announced it is presenting results of NGS (next-generation sequencing) library prep automation performed using its proprietary Miro Technology, at the American Society of Human Genetics Meeting.
GRC 2019 Poster
4th Jun 2019
Herein we have demonstrated that digital microfluidics is a versatile alternative to current technologies that can be utilized when performing microscale high throughput experimentation. This technology holds great promise for the design of a "lab-on-a-chip" that would enable efficient synthesis of libraries of compounds in an automated fashion with a compact physical footprint.
Miroculus Announces First Results of Automated NGS Library Prep Utilizing Aeros™ Technology at AGBT 2019
2nd Mar 2019
Via Business Wire Results show improved results for PCR-free libraries. Miroculus, Inc. today announced it is presenting, alongside researchers from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the first results of NGS (next-generation sequencing) library prep performed.
AGBT 2019 Poster
27th Feb 2019
The aeros technology reproducibly generated PCR-Free libraries in less time, with less DNA input, and 1⁄3 the reagent volume. On sequencer, these libraries outperformed those made with Broad's standard automated plate-based method.