Applications of Microfluidics & Lab-on-a-chip
Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices integrate and scale down laboratory functions and processes to a miniaturized chip format. Many LOC devices are used in a wide array of biomedical and other analytical applications including rapid pathogen detection, clinical diagnosis, forensic science, electrophoresis, flow cytometry, blood chemistry analysis, protein and DNA analysis. LOC devices can be fabricated from many types of material including various polymers, glass, or silicon, or combinations of these materials.
- Chemical synthesis, Drug Discovery & Development
- Biomarkers, Circulating Tumor Cells & Single Cell Analysis
- Biofabrication, Bioprinting & Disease Modelling
- Diagnostic Devices and Applications
- Food, Water, Environment Testing using Microfluidics
- Nanofluidics and Analytical Nanotechnology
Droplet-based digital microfluidics is a topic with growing relevance to biological, chemical, and health-science fields. The high precision and excellent reagent economy of such systems are unparalleled. There are, however, fundamental challenges related to actuation and sensing in terms of system scalability, and these challenges are addressed within this chapter. In particular, a new digital microfluidics multiplexer is shown to overcome contemporary on-chip micro drop motion addressability issues and eliminate droplet interference challenges. At the same time, an integrated folded-cavity optical sensor provides highly localized and sensitive probing of internal fluid refractive indices. The complete system offers improved micro drop motion and sensing capabilities for future lab-on-a-chip technologies.
RPA is an Independent Intellectual Property. As the first professional vendor of RPA products in China, RPA aims to solve the problem of business process automation for enterprises, greatly reducing the number of people engaged in standard, repetitive, cumbersome and high-volume work tasks. It is the purest form of automation. With its lightweight, efficient and fast performance, RPA has stepped out of the "machine-making" stage and stepped into a new field of "replacement for people to do things."
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International journal of swarm intelligence and evolutionary computation