• Mike Adelstein
  • March 09, 2020

Nano Features!!

Nano Features!!

Potomac continues to add new technologies to its precision fabrication toolbox. Abhay and Tim are making an su-8 photolithographic silicon master that will be used to hot-emboss small wells for a microfluidic device.  Potomac is committed to developing rapid and cost-effective manufacturing technologies for prototyping and production applications,  With tools such as lasers, micro CNC, 3D printing and photolithography we can handle almost any challenge and look forward to partnering with you!  Email or call us today.

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Microfluidic Device to counter the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) crisis in healthcare.

March 2020, Astek Diagnostics LLC, won the Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII) Award to develop a microfluidic device to detect bacterial infections in blood and evaluate the antimicrobial susceptibility. Astek, in partnership with Potomac Photonics Inc., will be designing a state-of-the art microfluidic lab-on-chip sensor for rapid detection of microorganisms in bodily fluids (like, blood, urine,…

  • Potomac Photonics
  • July 13, 2020

Black Lives Matter: From Rhetoric to Action for US Companies

We are seeing so many emails and blog posts from companies that say: “We Stand With Black Lives Matter Protesters”.  But when all is said and done, how does a company move beyond rhetoric to action? Saying you support the Black Lives Matter movement is a far cry from hiring and training black people locally…

  • Mike Adelstein
  • June 19, 2020

Potomac adds Precision microfluidic control capabilities with state-of-the-art Flow EZ pumps.

Quality assurance is at the heart of everything we manufacture at Potomac.  It is our attention to product and process control that ensures every microfluidic device, consumer product, medical device and electronic component meets our customers’ rigid standards. Manufacturing Microfluidic technology in particular requires strong quality processes.  In order to fabricate high performing microfluidic devices…

  • Mike Adelstein
  • June 10, 2020