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Droplet Microfluidics (A "Bad and Boujee" Rap Parody)
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Rap parody wins the MicroTAS Video Competition 2017.

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Smoking Human Lung Small Airway on a Chip
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In this video, Wyss Founding Director Donald Ingber and Technology Development Fellow Kambez Benam explain how the integrated smoking device mimics normal cigarette smoke exposure and how it can impact research into the causes of COPD and into new biomarkers and therapeutics.

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SPEDs: Self-powered, Paper-based Electrochemical Devices
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The self-powered, paper-based electrochemical devices, or SPEDs, are designed for sensitive diagnostics at the “point-of-care,” or when care is delivered to patients, in regions where the public has limited access to resources or sophisticated medical equipment.

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Blood-Brain Barrier-on-a-Chip
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John Wikswo, Director of the Vanderbilt Institute for Integrative Biosystems Research and Education, reports on the development of a microfluidic device containing human cells which can model the blood-brain barrier.

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How to Make a Microfluidic Device
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Queen Mary Microfluidics demonstrate how to make a PDMS microfluidic device from start to finish.

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Benefits & Challenges of Working on the Microscale
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Dr Christoph Merten of the EMBL describes the benefits and challenges of working on the microscale.

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Marching for Science in London
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Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

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Benefits of Working on the Microscale
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Dr Christoph Merten of the EMBL describes the benefits of working on the microscale.

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Lab-on-a-chip: catching molecular messages sent by tumors
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Yong Zeng speaks about the use of lab-on-a-chip devices to detect low concentrations of biomolecules released by developing tumors.

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Bioinspired Approach to Sepsis Therapy
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Learn how the Mannose-binding lectin (MBL) protein has been engineered to bind to a wide range of sepsis-causing pathogens and then safely remove the pathogens from the bloodstream using a novel microfluidic spleen-like device.

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