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Nanofluidics in Lab-on-a-Chip Devices

This podcast explains nanofluidics. Advantages of having narrow channels and the challenges coming with its fabrication and application. Duration : 0:8:13

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Time dependence of the fluid velocity field

Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip O. Manneberg, et al. Flow-free transport of cells in microchannels by frequency-modulated ultrasound Read the article at http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=b816675g The clip shows the time-dependence of the fluid velocity field, acquired by performing time-resolved particle image velocimetry (PIV) on the yellow 1-μm beads in the clip […]

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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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Protein-DNA mapping using AFM on a Chip

This video is made by John Montoya of CHTM and shows the conceptualization of a protein-DNA interaction chip. The top layer of the chip is removed to show a fly-by of the AFM. For details about this proposal please check out http://www.slideshare.net/anthonysalvagno/proteindna-mapping-using-an-afm. Duration : 0:0:18

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Capillary electrophoresis on chip

Separation by electrophoresis on a glass chip Duration : 0:0:22

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Nano- and Micro-systems that help people

The Miki Lab is developing machines that help people based on entirely new concepts, using microscopic structures of micrometer and nanometer sizes. The Lab is utilizing a diverse range of nano- and micro-manufacturing technologies, with the aim of innovations in human interfaces, healthcare, the environment, and energy. [Human Interfaces] Q.For example, someone who cant get […]

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Virus detecting ‘Lab on a Chip’ developed by BYU researchers

A team of Brigham Young University engineers and chemists has created an inexpensive silicon microchip that reliably detects viruses, even at low concentrations. It’s a step forward in the movement to make a “lab on a chip.” Duration : 0:1:18

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Flowcytometer using microfluidics chip

Flowcytometer using microfluidics chip. Revolutionary analyzer which is user-friendly, easy to maintain, low cost and biosafety. Produced by On-chip Biotechnologies Co., Ltd. For more infomation, http://www.on-chip.co.jp Duration : 0:5:20

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0 06ml per min each phase full chip view

Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip Oliver K. Castell, et al. Liquidliquid phase separation: characterisation of a novel device capable of separating particle carrying multiphase flows Read the article at http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=b806946h Duration : 0:0:10

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micro fluidic chips in action

lab on a chip system produced by microTEC in test series at 0 G in a flying lab, see more details at www.microtec-d.com Duration : 0:0:14