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Microfluidics Adventures Part 1: Physics at the Microscale

Video   Mar 21, 2019 | Video by the Lutetium Project

 

In part one of "Microfluidics Adventures," brought to you by the Lutetium Project, Marie Boulez sets the scene and explains why it is so compelling to make products smaller, from a theoretical point of view. 

This first part of the three-part series will help you understand the physics concepts that are fundamental to microfluidics. 

 
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