Microfluidics - Q&A, References, Facts and Unresolved Challenges

A deep, fused slica glass, spiral-shaped, microfluidic channel A deep, fused slica glass, spiral-shaped, microfluidic channel The manipulation of fluids in channels with dimensions of tens of micrometers — microfluidics — has emerged over the last two decades as a distinct new field. Microfluidics has the potential to play a key role in subject areas from chemical synthesis and biological analysis to optics and information technology.

Microfluidics is still at an early stage of development, with some basic science and technological challenges still slowing its deployment. Solutions to these problems will require imagination and ingenuity. This is where we hope Translume can help you! Follow the links below to be enlightened.

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Microfluidics - Selected papers and other reference material