In Vitro Microfluidic Fertilisation


An Industry Leader

With our innovative and insightful technology, we strive to enhance our users’ every day experiences. Started in 2000, our incredible team of experts, researchers and engineers have worked tirelessly to bring the technology of Microgenesis to the forefront of the industry. Proudly introduced to you as the IVmF device, a sperm selection device  with the most up-to-date technology that would change the future of our next generation. 


Infertility has become a growing global health concern affecting over 50 million couples around the world with male infertility contributing to almost half of these worldwide cases. Although the demand for assisted reproductive technology (ART) is ever-growing, the success rate of each ART cycle is only 33%, leaving helpless couples in stressful and repetitive cycles of trying and failing


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All ART procedures require sperm separation from raw semen. This includes:

  • intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)​

  • intrauterine insemination (IUI)

  • in vitro fertilisation (IVF)

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But not all sperms are created equal, they come in a variety of shapes and sizes which means some are better suited to fertilisation than others. Often times, nature needs a helping hand when sorting healthy sperm from the ones with unrecognisable damages.


When selecting the best sperm for the job, clinicians tend to look at a sperms motility (speed), morphology (shape), vitality, and DNA integrity (level of DNA damage), and concentration.


Conventional sperm selection methods, such as density gradient centrifugation (DGC) ignores natural sperm motility and uses high shear forces in combination with multiple centrifugations which leave sperm cells with high chance of DNA damage and the overall ART cycle with increased risk of failure and miscarriage.


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Inbuilt Micro Channels

Through our discoveries in sperm motion, our IVmF device uses micro channels to provide sperm guidance that simulates the cervical, uterine, and fallopian tube pathways that sperm must navigate to naturally fertilize an egg, taking the best filter that mother nature has to offer and effectively replacing the harmful shear forces of conventional sperm selection with a gentle but effective solution.



Without the use of damaging chemicals and DGC, the IVmF device is capable of selecting the most motile and vital sperm cells with improved DNA fragmentation index (DFI) and high DNA stainability (HDS) that can be used in all ART procedures including ICSI, IUI and IVF.

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Our IVmF device is able to purify raw semen and select sperm cells with high DNA integrity in as little as 15 minutes. With reduced human interactions, the IVmF device can be trusted to provide a highly standardised selection of high quality sperm with no subjectivity.


  • High vitality and motility

  • High DNA integrity

  • Better chromatin compaction

  • Device smaller than your palm

  • Enables parallel processing

  • Standardised procedures with minimised human interaction

  • Completes sperm sorting in 15 minutes

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"The best way to predict the future is to create it"

Abraham Lincoln


Clinical Study

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Aa a member of Virtual Australia,  IVF Australia has a team of over 34 leading fertility specialists across Sydney, Wollongong, Central Coast, Newcastle and Canberra. The team includes some of the country’s IVF pioneers that helped conceive and deliver the first IVF baby in NSW and a number of practicing Medical Professors.

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As a specialist hospital, the Women's is central to the Victorian health system, particularly with respect to advocating for women's health and leading innovation for the health and wellbeing of women and newborns.


Peking University Third Hospital  is affiliated with Peking University. It has 36 clinical departments and 1,752 clinic beds. The hospital is a combination of medical services, medical education/teaching, research and prevention as well as health care. Its Reproductive Medicine Center is not only the earliest founded but also the largest center in Asia.