Whipping fluids along in microlabs
Geplaatst op 30 januari 2009 - 18:58
Developing microlabs is a burgeoning area of research, and one of the principle challenges is controlling the flow of fluids at the minute scale of micrometers. In these chips, tiny volumes of blood or other biological fluids are moved between chambers where automated tests are performed. Smaller versions of pumps that work in the human-scale world would be useless in these chips because in this microscopic world even water acts thick and viscous, like honey.
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