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Overview of Microfluidics Research

During the past two decades there have been enormous amount of research in Microfluidics domain. Some estimate there has been about 100,000 researchers and students, as well more than 1,000,000 articles or patents are published referring to some type of Microfluidic device. It is difficult to navigate to find relevant historical breakthroughs in the domain. Here, uFluidix’s scientists, engineers and technical writers have tried to collect the most important and pivotal intellectual work in Microfluidic chip research and applications. This is a live page with a growing list of topics.

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Learn about different configuration of electrodes that enable particle separation and sorting in microfluidic devices using electrical field.

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What are Hydrogels and how they are fabricated and used in microfluidic chips?

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Biosensor schematic

A short Overview of different types of sensor integration in Microfluidic chips.

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Learn about different ways DC or AC Alectrical Fields are uses in Microfluidics for cell studies.

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How light such as Laser or incoherent light is used to manipulate cells in microfluidic devices?

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Sound wave can be used in Microfluidic devices to sort and separate cells and particles. See how!

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What is Flow Cytometry, and how Microfluidic could be used to reduce the size and cost of the technology.

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Design an organ on a chip

How microreactors are used in Chemical engineering for synthesis or extraction of products.

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Passive and active methods are used to separate blood cell for clinical applications in Microfluidics.

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microfluidic drug toxicity screening schematic

Read about three recent different design of microfluidics based liver on chips.

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Exosome schematic

Microfluidic design are becoming increasing popular in exosome research.

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