Recent Advancements towards Full-System Microfluidics
AbstractMicrofluidics is quickly becoming a key technology in an expanding range of fields, such as medical sciences, biosensing, bioactuation, chemical synthesis, and more. This is helping its transformation from a promising R&D tool to commercially viable technology. Fuelling this expansion is the intensified focus on automation and enhanced functionality through integration of complex electrical control, mechanical properties, in situ sensing and flow control. Here we highlight recent contributions to the Sensors Special Issue series called “Microfluidics-Based Microsystem Integration Research” under the following categories: (i) Device fabrication to support complex functionality; (ii) New methods for flow control and mixing; (iii) Towards routine analysis and point of care applications; (iv) In situ characterization; and (v) Plug and play microfluidics. View Full-Text
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Miled, A.; Greener, J. Recent Advancements towards Full-System Microfluidics. Sensors 2017, 17, 1707.
Miled A, Greener J. Recent Advancements towards Full-System Microfluidics. Sensors. 2017; 17(8):1707.Chicago/Turabian Style
Miled, Amine; Greener, Jesse. 2017. "Recent Advancements towards Full-System Microfluidics." Sensors 17, no. 8: 1707.
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