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Lab-on-a-chip Improvements: Reducing Blood Splatter

News   Oct 05, 2018 | by Allison Mills for Michigan Tech

 
How to Make a Lab-on-a-chip Clear and Biocompatible

Hafnium oxide coats the left device and provides both sample protection and optical transparency to help improve the study of microfluidic medical devices. Credit: Sanaz Habibi

 
 
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