BPN473: Next-Generation Microfluidic Components, Circuits and Systems


Mechanical engineering methods and microfabrication techniques offer powerful means for solving biological challenges. In particular, microfabrication processes enable researchers to develop technologies at scales that are biologically relevant and advantageous for executing biochemical reactions. Here, microfluidic, optofluidic, an 3D printing-based methodologies are employed to develop autonomous microfluidic components, circuits, and systems for chemical and biological applications.

Project end date: 08/15/14

Ryan D. Sochol
Publication date: 
January 31, 2014
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Final/Archive)
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