Pump untethers lab animals

$1.4M grant helping firm develop tiny drug-delivery device

Posted: September 17, 2017 at 2:23 a.m.

The SFC Fluidics’ min-ePump is not much bigger than a stack of quarters. The tiny device is used to test drugs on animals.

Fayetteville-based SFC Fluidics Inc. received $1.4 million in research funding to develop a tiny, implantable, wireless pump to deliver drugs to small lab animals for use in medical testing.

This story is only available from our archives.