In science we puzzle all the time to solve different kind of problems ranging from fixing small technicalities to pushing the boundaries of engineering and even further working around fundamental limits of Nature. By doing so, it is also good to take a moment and check, if there are other people or problems out there for which this solution could be useful. If actually ‘yes’, then the journey of bringing technology from lab to practice is much longer than writing a paper or a patent application. But it’s exciting and also wonderful opportunity to learn about the space, where there is always more dimensions than one imagines in the beginning.
I have enjoyed working on developing two scientific products: low-cost miniature pneumatic control kit for microfluidics community (Fluika) and the Multifunctional Pipette for accurate microscopic liquid handling in life-sciences (Fluicell). And currently we are trying to solve problems in healthcare (Aeiyr).