Pressure based fluid controller for microfluidics

Smooth, accurate pressure control
Compact, self-contained unit
Fully programmable
Integrated with vivoChip

Newormics vivoCube®+ is the latest version of our popular vivoCube microfluidics controller used in labs worldwide. Reengineered from the ground up, it provides users with an all-in-one solution for  delivering, smooth accurate pressure driven flow for their experiments.  It features two independently controllable pressure outputs supplied by an internal pump to drive flow from different liquid reservoirs, or supply fast, accurate pressure stimuli. The vivoCube+ is fully portable and more compact than other microfluidic flow controllers to allow it to fit in anywhere on your benchtop. No PC is required. Users can program virtually any series of pressure sequences directly on the unit using the intuitive vivoCubeOS and walk away.

The vivoCube+ continues to be ready out-of-the-box for use with our vivoChip microfluidic devices, with pre-programmed pressure cycles that have been optimized to load and immobilize C. elegans and other nematodes of all stages for high resolution imaging. However, the vivoCube+ is suitable for many more applications. Contact us to find out if it can work for you.

Key Benefits

Multiple applications

Microfluidics for cells, organoids, model organisms, and many more

Built in pressure source

Automatically-controlled internal pump for a stable pressure output

Dual channel output

Automatically-controlled internal pump for a stable pressure output


Create pressure cycle programs for your specific applications, or select from a library of optimized presets

Compact, sleek design

Intuitive user interface packed in a portable case, no PC needed

Expanding functionality

Additional features and flow sensor connectivity via future updates

vivoCube+ and vivoChip for nematode imaging

The vivoCube+ has been designed to work in tandem with our vivoChip microfluidic devices for rapid high-resolution imaging of worm populations. See how it can help accelerate your experiments with C. elegans and other nematodes.

System features