In this podcast, we speak to Gustavo Stolovitsky to learn about his career and the work he is doing at IBM Research.
Dan Huh talks about how bioengineers could use microengineering technologies to build more realistic models of human organs using organ-on-a-chip technology.
Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.
Recipient of this year’s IEEE EMBS Trailblazer Award, Dr. Rogers tells us a little about his career and the work his lab is doing to develop biocompatible electronics such as the Lab on the Skin.
To learn about some of the challenges of extracting plasma from blood, and how a recently developed microfluidic device could help overcome some of these, we spoke to Dr. Weihua Li.
Nanoprinting patterns onto nanofibers direct neuron growth.
The I-Wire Heart-on-a-Chip controls the mechanical force applied to cardiac cells, enabling the heart's response to stress to be studied.
New Kyoto University iCeMS technology replicates cell-friendly environment.
The Fraunhofer ICT-IMM Institute and Döhler are collaborating in the development of a new microbiological detection method based on microfluidics.
Mar 05 - Mar 09, 2017
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May 10 - May 11, 2017