Categories for Emulsification

WEBINAR: Case study – Single crystal formation in core-shell microcapsules

This webinar introduces the latest advances in core-shell microcapsule technology. Discover how microcapsules are used as a versatile tool in drug delivery, encapsulation, crystallization, compound characterization, and more.

Explore the challenges of traditional microencapsulation methods and the transformative potential of microfluidic technology in producing precise, uniform microcapsules. Gain insights into the advantages of UV light crosslinking for rapid and solvent-free capsule production (Methacrylate-based resins, PEGDA, PEGDMA).

In the case study discussion of the program, a particular emphasis will be placed on the use of microcapsules for the screening of crystallization conditions.

Learn how to generate hundreds of identical UV-crosslinked microcapsules per second, produced by Secoya Technologies’ RayDrop and its all-in-one platform.



Joseph Farah : Microfluidic Application Engineer·

Marie Mettler : R&D Engineer – Secoya Technologies

Adrien Dewandre : Technology Lead – Emulsification & Droplet generation – Secoya Technologies


Secoya at Formulation & Delivery to present Crystallization and Encapsulation technologies

Secoya Technologies has confirmed its participation in the upcoming Formulation and Delivery Congress set to be held in London from April 26th to April 28th.

Meet Diala Youssevitch, Adrien Dewandre and Bart Rimez to discover our latest API encapsulation and crystallization improvements.

About Formulation and Delivery

Formulation & Delivery 2024 aims to connect pharmaceutical & biotech representatives as well as academia for high-level discussions on the latest innovations in pharmaceutical drugs formulation, drug delivery, inhaled therapeutics & RNA development.

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The precise manipulation, quick cultivation, and delicate detection of yeast and bacteria are crucial in microbiology and biomedicine for behavior monitoring, identification of phenotypes, physiological assessment, and molecular analysis.

Microfluidic droplets have proven to be an effective method for encapsulating yeast and bacteria in highly monodisperse droplets for high-throughput screening and analysis of their phenotypes, subcellular structures, genes, and metabolites.This application note details the encapsulation of the yeast strain S. cerevisiae CEN.PK 113-7D and the bacterial strain L. cremorsi MG1363_GFP in double emulsions of 42 µm size using the Cell Encapsulation Platform, resulting in Microencapsulation of Bacteria and Yeast.

Single crystal formation in core-shell capsules (ChemComm Oct.23)

Imagine, that you can easily produce solid microcapsules acting as independent crystallization vessels for both small and macromolecular molecules. Even more, imagine their remarkable stability allows you to handle those microcapsules and transport them without any limitations or constraints.

This is exactly what has been demonstrated by our team in this new publication entitled: “Single crystal formation in core-shell capsules” (ChemComm Oct.23). A unique process made possible only with Secoya’s Raydrop® innovative device.

 Curious about this breakthrough microfluidic process? Download the publication or contact us:


By presenting five various possibilities for microcapsules production (Chitosan, PLGA, Polymethacrylate resin, Alginate, Agarose) using the double emulsion Raydrop®  integrative platform,  this white paper outlines the versatility of Secoya encapsulation technology.

WEBINAR: Double emulsion production compatible with FACS for cell sorting application


How to efficiently encapsulate biological materials such as cell inside double emulsions, in an easy and robust way, which are totally compatible with (FACS) Fluorescence- Activated Cell Sorting.

FACS appears as a convenient tool to indicate the production of a molecule of interest. Combined with Combined with Raydrop® and LineUp® microfluidics technologies and more exactly encapsulation of cells in double emulsion, it offers a lot of potential to study single cell expression.

If you are looking for solutions and metod to improve performance in generating double emulsion compatible with FACS for your applications, this online workshop may be of benefit to you.

Publication on Raydrop

Adrien Dewandre and Youen Vitry, Technology leads at Secoya, and Benoit Scheid, Chairman of the Board of Secoya and Maître de Recherche FNRS at ULB, were involved in an experimental and numerical study of the Secoya droplet generator, the Raydrop. Their work on “Microfluidic droplet generation in a non-embedded co-flow-focusing using 3D printed nozzle” is published in the journal Scientific Reports.

Secoya-Fluigent Webinar on double emulsion


On November 17rd at 5 pm, Youen Vitry, co-founder and Encapsulation Technology Lead, will give a Webinar in collaboration with Fluigent on the Raydrop technology for the generation of double emulsion.

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