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High school teacher creates microfluidic devices u

Phoghat (1288088) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Phoghat writes "Microfluidic technology, in which liquid is made to pass through “microchannels” that are often less than a millimeter in width, has had a profound effect on fields such as physics, chemistry, engineering and biotechnology. In particular, it has made “lab-on-a-chip” systems possible.
Joe Childs, a high school teacher, along with Harvard University nhas found a quick, easy and inexpensive means for creating them"

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