October 25, 2011

A-B. Microfluidic perfusion device. C. Microfluidic perfusion systems use flow to fine-tune the relative significance of convection, diffusion, and reaction.


Exciting to see the work of Dr. Katarina Blagovic from the Voldman group at MIT published inPLoS ONE last month...

April 29, 2010

Microfluidic devices have been described as  “computer chips with plumbing.”  But could microfluidics actually be used for computation?  Manu Prakash thinks so.  As a student in Neil Gershenfeld’s lab at MIT, Prakash developed a system of microfluidic devices that use...

April 27, 2010

I’m happy to announce that Michael Vahey, a former colleague from the Voldman lab at MIT, has won this year’s Senturia Prize for his Ph.D. thesis work on a novel microfluidic technique for separating and characterizing cells according to their electrical properties. Th...

January 23, 2010

It turns out that Wikipedia has an extensive list of academic microfluidics/bioMEMS research groups worldwide. Although the list is long, there are probably many groups missing. I know this because when I first found the page, only one group from MIT was mentioned (the...

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