Energy Excellence Awards

Interface was founded on the idea that laboratory technology needed to be adapted to help the oil and gas industry solve some of the key problems operators were facing. Specifically, the founders knew that microfluidics could unlock data that operators hadn’t seen before. This data would help them make better decisions faster, while being able to actually show them fluid interactions that wouldn’t have been previously possible. 


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Imagine a laboratory with liters of reagents and samples, where each operation takes place in individual vessels and instruments. What if all of the laboratory functions could be integrated in a single small portable circuit, or chip, with higher efficiencies, extremely low material consumption (down to nano/pico-liters in fluid volume), less waste production, much faster response time, and more control over the operating condition with real-time monitoring capabilities?


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