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Concentration of human cells

Using positive dielectricphoresis (pDEP) to concentrate human cells on the electro-wetting-on-dielectric (EWOD) chip. S.-K. Fan, T.-T. Wang, P.-W. Huang, and Y. -H. Peng, Cross-scale electric manipulations of cells and droplets by frequency-modulated dielectrophoresis and electrowetting, Lab Chip, vol. 8 , 2008, pp. 1325-1331. Duration : 0:0:43

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BioFlux System for Live Cell Assays Under Controlled Shear Flow (Fluxion Biosciences)

BioFlux provides a fully integrated solution for running biologically relevant cellular assays under shear flow. The system utilizes Fluxion’s Well Plate Microfluidics™ (WPM) to provide high content results from a convenient well-plate format. Precise control over shear flow enables a wide variety of cellular and microbiology applications which call for vascular emulation, mechanical stress, compound/buffer […]

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Cancer Chip

Researchers have found a new way to identify loose cancer cells in patients’ blood. As this ScienCentral News video explains, use of a high tech chip could give doctors a quicker and less invasive way to tell if treatments are working. Duration : 0:1:32

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Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling

Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling. Video courtesy of Prof. Robert Hoffman (Anti-Cancer Inc.) and Prof. William Gallagher (University College Dublin) Duration : 0:0:7

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Cells dance the waltz on top of an integrated circuit

In this movie a yeast cell (on the left) and the lung cell from a rat (on the right) are moved using a hybrid integrated circuit / microfluidic system developed in our lab. To learn more, check out our lab on a chip paper: http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/LC/article.asp?DOI=b710928h Duration : 0:0:35

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N-Fuze – NanoTechnology Food By Max International

Max N-Fuze uses a proprietary nanotechnology as a means of nutrient delivery as well as a method to increase the absorption and activation of vitamins, minerals and herbs contained in the Max N-Fuze formulation. Nanotechnology foods and Nanotechnology medicine concepts are coming to life as this first major breakthrough is announced. The future of food […]

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Yitshak Zohar: Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems

Yitshak Zohar, PhD, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering. Professor Zohar’s research exploits the design of Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), employing micro-fluidic principles, for solving problems ranging from state transitions in protein structures to the isolation of cancerous cells. March 27, 2007, Technology Innovation Awarad Duration : 0:5:47