Unibody Lab-on-a-Chip Fast Prototyping

Video   Oct 05, 2016

 

The development of disposable devices for optical chemical detection with cell phones, entail challenging demands to configure autonomous systems. A flexible, fast and cost-effective fabrication concept is investigated to meet such demands. Unibody lab-on-a-chip (ULOC) devices are conceived around a single 3D printed monolithic structure that hosts all the complementary functionalities for sample handling, chemical interfacing and detection coupling. Prototypes can be produced in less than 30min for about 0.5 US$/device, and in this presentation their capabilities and potential are examined

 
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