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Chips that Listen to Bacteria
Researchers have developed a chip that enables them to electrochemically image the signaling molecules from colonies spatially and temporally.
Researchers Find that Going with the Flow Makes Bacteria Stick
In surprising new discovery, scientists show that microbes are more likely to adhere to tube walls when water is moving.
Microfluidics Device Could Help Diagnose Pancreatic Cancer in Minutes
This is the first time material larger than a single-celled organism has successfully moved in a microfluidic device.
Channel-Free Microfluidic Technology for Molecular Testing Developed
The Smart FilmCARD would be the first microfluidic device in the diagnostics industry with no channels included in its design.
All-Aqueous Multiphase Microfluidics
This paper reviews recent progress in the generation of all-aqueous emulsions and jets in microfluidic systems.
Rapid Sub-attomole MicroRNA Detection on a Portable Microfluidic Chip
Researchers describe two key technologies to solve one of the major issues for point of care testing application.
A Microchip for Metastasis
MIT researchers design a microfluidic platform to see how cancer cells invade specific organs.
New Clues to How Bacteria Evade Antibiotics
Scientists have made an important advance in understanding how a subset of bacterial cells escape being killed by many antibiotics.
Microfluidics for Synthesis of Peptide-Based PET Tracers
Microfluidics is a very promising technology to meet the increased demand for peptide-based PET tracers.
Self-Steering Particles Go with the Flow
Asymmetrical particles could make lab-on-a-chip diagnostic devices more efficient and portable.
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