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Digital microfluidic device manufactured at the Emerging Communications Technology Institute (ECTI), University of Toronto, by Prof. Aaron Wheeler’s research group. The device dispenses 70-nanolitre droplets from reservoirs and then moves, merges, and mixes them by applying a sequence of voltages to an array of electrodes. Duration : 0:0:5

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Electro-osmotic-flow.wmv

Small beads through a microfluidic channel, with electro-osmotic flow. The channel is a T-cross section of a capillary electrophoresis chip manufactured by Micronit Microfluidics. More information on www.micronit.com. Duration : 0:0:25

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Microreactor Demonstration.wmv

A monolithic glass microreactor block made of multiple layers of glass. Fluids are injected in the reactor with different pressure levels. The microreactor has been developed by Micronit Microfluidics (Netherlands). More information on www.micronit.com or www.access2flow.com. Duration : 0:2:3

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Fluorescent Capillary Electrophoresis Separation

Microscope movie of fluorescence detection with a capillary electrophoresis separation. For more examples see http://www.micronit.com. Duration : 0:0:16