An Electrifying Advance
Electrical fields can modulate sample flow through lab-on-a-chip devices for greater precision
Michael Schubert |
Advances in pathology typically come from professionals in medicine or the life sciences who have dedicated their lives to unraveling the biology of human health and disease. But occasionally, such strides forward come from unusual sources – in this case, the Indian Institute of Technology’s Advanced Technology Development Center, where a group of researchers have developed a way of improving control and flow rate in lab-on-a-chip devices. What makes this so exciting? The new method is easy to implement, improves device performance, and opens up a range of possibilities for future applications of microfluidics (1).
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