SUTD Researchers Develop a Rapid, Low-cost Method to 3D Print Microfluidic Devices

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SUTD: Terry Ching, Rahul Karyappa, Akihiro Ohno, Michinao Hashimoto
NUS: Yi-Chin Toh, Yingying Li

Microfluidics is the manipulation and study of sub-microscopic liters of fluids. Technologies that utilise microfluidics are found in many multidisciplinary fields ranging from engineering to biology. Experiments can be performed on a device roughly of the size of a dollar coin, reducing the amount of reagents used, wastes produced, and the overall costs. Experiments can be conducted precisely at microscale levels, offering reduced reaction times and improved control over the reaction conditions.

You can find more details at https://www.sutd.edu.sg/Research/Research-News/2019/8/SUTD-researchers-develop-a-rapid,-low-cost-method

2021-09-29T12:29:12+00:00