Loading...
*  Microsystem
... Engineering of Lab-on-a-chip Devices, 1st ed, John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 3-527-30733-8.. ... This field is also known as microfluidics or lab-on-a-chip. Today it is possible to build up microsystems without any tooling ... Microsystems are miniaturized (silicon or polymer) devices which perform electrical and non-electronic functions: typically ...
*  Lab-on-a-chip
... devices could be used to characterize pollen tube guidance in Arabidopsis thaliana. Specifically, plant on a chip ... Lab-on-a-chip devices are a subset of micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) devices and sometimes called "micro total ... However, strictly regarded "lab-on-a-chip" indicates generally the scaling of single or multiple lab processes down to chip- ... A lab-on-a-chip (LOC) is a device that integrates one or several laboratory functions on a single integrated circuit (commonly ...
*  Microfabrication
Microsystem Engineering of Lab-on-a-chip Devices, 1st ed, John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 3-527-30733-8. Videos and animations on ... Chemical Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering Lab on a Chip IEEE Transactions of Electron Devices, Journal of Vacuum ... Often many individual devices are made together on one substrate and then singulated into separated devices toward the end of ... Microfabricated devices are not generally freestanding devices but are usually formed over or in a thicker support substrate. ...
*  Optofluidics
... lab-on-chip devices, lenses, and molecular imaging tools and energy. The idea of fluid-optical devices can be traced back at ... One of the primary applications of the field is for lab-on-a-chip and biophotonic products. Optofluidic and related research ... "Optofluidics: Optofluidics can create small, cheap biophotonic devices". Jul 1, 2006. Retrieved 2011-06-26. COST Action MP1205 ... devices, and applications. McGraw Hill Professional. ISBN 978-0-07-160156-6. Retrieved 26 June 2011. Zahn, Jeffrey D. (31 ...
*  ΜFluids@Home
"Innovation could make lab-on-a-chip devices easier to use, cheaper to make". News.uns.purdue.edu. 2009-04-21. Retrieved 2011-02 ... Such systems would include compact medical devices, biosensors, and fuel cells, to name a few. It uses the BOINC distributed ...
*  Fluorescence in situ hybridization
FISH can be incorporated into Lab-on-a-chip microfluidic device. This technology is still in a developmental stage but, like ... other lab on a chip methods, it may lead to more portable diagnostic techniques. FISH is often used in clinical studies. If a ... Microfluidic chip that lowered the cost-per-test of FISH by 90%. Dual label FISH image; Bifidobacteria Cy3, Total bacteria FITC ... Lab Invest. 2017 Jan;97(1):93-103. Sarrate, Z.; Vidal, F.; Blanco, J. (2010). "Role of sperm fluorescent in situ hybridization ...
*  COMSOL Multiphysics
Microfluidics Module - used for studying microfluidic devices. Some important applications include simulations of lab-on-a-chip ... The application areas include speakers, microphones, hearing aids, and sonar devices, to name a few. Noise control can be ... RF Module - used by designers of RF and microwave devices to design antennas, waveguides, filters, circuits, cavities, dc ... CFD Module - for simulating devices and systems that involve sophisticated fluid flow models. Provides ready-made physics ...
*  Bio-FET
They can be easily integrated into digital microfluidic devices for Lab-on-a-chip. For example, a microfluidic device in which ... Integration of field-effect transistor-based biosensors with a digital microfluidic device for a lab-on-a-chip application, Lab ... however as the noise sources vary between devices, this is device dependent. One optimization of Bio-FET may be to put a ... For most devices, optimum signal-to-noise, defined as change in current divided by the baseline noise, ( Δ I / δ i n o i s e {\ ...
*  Smart system
For example, Lab-on-a-chip devices have biochemical sensors that detect specific molecular markers in body fluids or tissue. ... Key developments in this sector are smart miniaturized devices and artificial organs like artificial pancreas or cochlear ... There are three generations of smart systems: First-generation smart systems: object recognition devices, driver status ... or devices for responsive administration of medication. In healthcare, smart systems often operate autonomously and within ...
*  Viswanathan Kumaran
The work has also assisted in developing Lab-on-a-chip devices used in cardiovascular and pulmonary Point-of-care diagnostics. ... His research group also hosts MicroX Labs, a start-up company, which won the first prize in the Tata Social Enterprise ... "MicroX Labs". Tata Social Enterprise Challenge. 2017. "Editoral Board, Soft Materials". Taylor & Francis. 2017. "Acta Mechanica ...
*  Howard A. Stone
Stone, H. A.; Stroock, A. D.; Ajdari, A. (2004). "ENGINEERING FLOWS IN SMALL DEVICES, Microfluidics Toward a Lab-on-a-Chip". ...
*  Hydrophobe
Patterned superhydrophobic surfaces also have promise for lab-on-a-chip microfluidic devices and can drastically improve ...
*  Polydimethylsiloxane
... researchers can utilize various surface chemistry techniques for different functions creating unique lab-on-a-chip devices for ... With this type of technique, it is possible to produce devices that can be used in the areas of optic telecommunications or ... Based Microfluidic Devices". Anal. Chem. 75 (23): 6544-6554. doi:10.1021/ac0346712. PMID 14640726. Rainer Höfer, Franz Jost, ... making it one of the most common materials used for flow delivery in microfluidics chips. The process of soft lithography ...
*  Poly(methyl methacrylate)
Emerging biotechnology and Biomedical research uses PMMA to create microfluidic lab-on-a-chip devices, which require 100 ... Small strips of PMMA are used as dosimeter devices during the Gamma Irradiation process. The optical properties of PMMA change ... Light Pipes: An Innovative Design Device for Bringing Natural Daylight and Illumination into Buildings with Deep Floor Plan ...
*  Electroactive polymers
EAP materials have huge potential for microfluidics e.g. as drug delivery systems, microfluidic devices and lab-on-a-chip. A ... Lab on a Chip. 9: 613-618. doi:10.1039/B810256B. Richter, A.; Kuckling, D.; Howitz, S.; Gehring, T; Arndt, K.-F. (2003). " ... Lab on a Chip. 12 (23): 5034-5044. doi:10.1039/C2LC40617A. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) "Electroactive ... This device was a fish that is able to swim on its own, moving its tail using an EAP muscle. But the progress in practical ...
*  Pázmány Péter Catholic University
Microfluidics enables the realization of lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices in connection with CNN-UM based camera systems. Thus, the ... "Robot Lab". Pázmány Péter Catholic University. "Jedlik Laboratories". Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Archived from the ... Their main area of focus is microfluidic devices for biomedical applications. The point-of-care diagnostic project focuses on ... energ0y saving devices and integrated nano-micro systems. The Jedlik Laboratories is organized within the Faculty of ...
*  Bio-MEMS
... chips. In this definition, lab-on-a-chip devices do not strictly have biological applications, although most do or are ... "Human neural stem cell growth and differentiation in a gradient-generating microfluidic device". Lab on a Chip. 5 (4): 401-6. ... "A refillable microfabricated drug delivery device for treatment of ocular diseases". Lab on a Chip. 8 (7): 1027-30. doi:10.1039 ... "Efficient formation of uniform-sized embryoid bodies using a compartmentalized microchannel device". Lab on a Chip. 7 (6): 770- ...
*  Collective motion
... lab-on-a-chip devices and other applications. Collective animal behavior Collective cell migration Palacci, Jeremie; Sacanna, ...
*  DNA separation by silica adsorption
This new method has useful applications for biosensors, lab on a chip devices, and other new technologies that require rapid, ... Most likely, these molecules are sent to a waste section on the chip, which can then be closed off using a gated channel or a ... is placed into the chip and lysed. The resultant mix of proteins, DNA, phospholipids, etc., is then run through the channel ...
*  List of optofluidics researchers
... lab-on-chip devices, lenses, and molecular imaging and energy. There are numerous research groups worldwide working on ... Fleischer Lab Chip, (2014),14, 4447-4450 [1] N. C. Pégard and J. W. Fleischer, Journal of Biomedical Optics 18 040503 (2013)[2 ... Steve Wereley Erickson Lab @ Cornell University Applied Optics - UC Santa Cruz BYU EcEn Faculty - Aaron Hawkins' Research Group ... Missing or empty ,title= (help) AG Denz - AG Nichtlineare Photonik NTU Huang Lab / Home Integrated Biomedical and Optofluidic ...
*  Cherry A. Murray
... "lab-on-a-chip" devices. Murray has served on more than 80 national and international scientific advisory committees, governing ...
*  Lotus effect
... "lab-on-a-chip" microfluidic devices and can greatly improve surface-based bioanalysis. Superhydrophobic or hydrophobic ... Forbes, P. (2005). The Gecko's Foot, Bio-inspiration - Engineering New Materials and devices from Nature. London: Fourth Estate ...
*  Electronic skin
Novel Devices Lab. Lab-on-Chip. ... In tests, the device stayed in place for 24 hours without ... Bao's team suggested the material could be useful in prosthetics and to create self-healing wires for electronic devices. The ... The device was created by embedding sensors in a thin film and then placing the film on a polyester backing similar to those ... the electronic device could be used to monitor brain waves, detect speech by sensing vibrations in the larynx, and emit heat to ...
*  Ultrahydrophobicity
Patterned superhydrophobic surfaces also have the promises for the lab-on-a-chip, microfluidic devices and can drastically ... Hur, Janet I.; Meng, Dennis D.; Kim, Chang-Jin (2010). "Membranelss micro fuel cell chip enabled by self-pumping of fuel- ... A recent application of hydrophobic structures and materials is in the development of micro fuel cell chips. Reactions within ... but a small number of commercial sources provide specimens for research labs. Active recent research on superhydrophobic ...
*  Nanomedicine
Yung C. W.; Fiering J.; Mueller A. J.; Ingber D. E. (2009). "Micromagnetic-microfluidic blood cleansing device". Lab Chip. 9: ... These devices are faster and more sensitive than typical drug delivery. The efficacy of drug delivery through nanomedicine is ... Nanomedicine seeks to deliver a valuable set of research tools and clinically useful devices in the near future. The National ... A benefit of using nanoscale for medical technologies is that smaller devices are less invasive and can possibly be implanted ...
*  5 nanometer
In 2015, IMEC and Cadence had fabricated 5 nm test chips. The fabricated test chips are not fully functional devices but rather ... Berkeley Lab". News Center. Retrieved 2016-10-08. "Intel Outlines Process Technology Roadmap". Xbit. 2009-08-22. Archived from ... "IBM unveils world's first 5nm chip". Ars Technica. Retrieved 2017-06-05. "IBM Figures Out How to Make 5nm Chips". Uk.pcmag.com ... A team at the University of Manchester, UK, used it to make some of the smallest transistors at this time: devices only 1 nm ...