"Bay Area Microfluidics Network" kicks off its FluidicMEMS-like event in the west coast

Exciting news from the west coast! On Thursday, August 24th, The Bay Area Microfluidics Network will kick off its first event at Stanford Medical School. The event consists of two talks, and a panel discussion on microfluidics recent advances, applications and challenges. The organizers are Yatian Qu, a recent Stanford University alumni, Thomas Carey, a graduate student at UC Berkeley, and Calum Marrs, a regional executive at Blacktrace Holdings Ltd.