We offer practice-relevant and custom developments of methods and prototypes for processing and handling complex biological specimens. One key focus is the manipulation of individual materials, such as non-invasive and versatile handling of individual cells and, in particular, small cell specimens in microfluidic chips. This primarily involves the use of electrical fields within the radio frequency range, which are absolutely harmless for the cells. This is combined with complementary manipulation processes, such as laser tweezers or microfluidic processes, for more complex tasks. Along with this, we are also concentrating on integrating sensor technology into microfluidic components to obtain data on the key characteristics of cells and other complex biological specimens.