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Chip test 2

David & Giuseppe tests chip at LaFSI laboratory at University of Padova…and it incredibly works!!! Duration : 0:0:44

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Moving drops of fluid on the Fabutron

A hybrid integrated circuit / microfluidic chip is used to combine, independently control, and separate pL fluid drops. The droplet is water with green dye and it sits on top of the integrated circuit, sandwiched between two layers of oil. to learn more, check out our Lab on a Chip paper: http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/LC/article.asp?DOI=b710928h Duration : 0:0:16

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History of a nanotechnology patent

The history of the first patent to come out of nano2hybrids : from conception, through the science and finally… the patent! Duration : 0:3:50

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Block in microchannel (1/2)

to make high concentration of cells in the particles Duration : 0:0:11

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Block in microchannel (2/2)

to make high concentration of cells in the particles – curing Duration : 0:0:15

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Micro-Clasp in action

This is a device we call the Micro-clasp that we developed in our lab at UIC – Univ. of Illinois at Chicago. It is a monolithic (single piece) compliant mechanism with a structure that has been mathematically designed to efficiently transform micro-scale actuation to obtain the action seen. The device is microfabricated on a single […]

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06/18/08 – Nanotechnology seminar – Gruere

Presentation by Guillaume Gruere at the IFPRI Policy Seminar, “Nanotechnology, Food, Agriculture and Development” June 18, 2008 Duration : 0:7:30

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Past Mems (The Verve Pipe )

This is a video I made of memories I have in school and with my friends. Good stuff good stuff…The Band is the verve pipe and the song is titled Myself for those of you that were interested. Duration : 0:5:29

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TRUETUBE: NANOTECHNOLOGY – THE NEXT BIG THING

http://www.truetube.co.uk Mathias Kolle reveals how technology will help change our lives in the future Duration : 0:4:27

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Controlled Microfluidic Interfaces for Microoptics and…

EECS Department Colloquium (EECS 500) Hongrui Jiang, Ph.D. “Controlled Microfluidic Interfaces for Microoptics and Microsensing” September 11, 2008 Lab on a chip has found many applications in biological and chemical analysis. Because these labs on chips involve handling of fluids at the microscale, surface tension profoundly affects the behavior and performance of these systems. Duration […]