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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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High-Throughput Design of Microfluidics Based on Directed Bacterial Motility

Real-time DIC video showing rapid orbital revolution (~3.0 Hz) of a microsphere driven by E. coli (RP9535) in a hybrid structure. Jason Shear and Bryan Kaehr “High-Throughput Design of Microfluidics Based on Directed Bacterial Motility” Read the article at: http://xlink.rsc.org/?doi=b908119d Duration : 0:0:22

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Freezing Pure Water

Video related to research article appearing in Lab on a Chip Claudiu A. Stan, et al. A microfluidic apparatus for the study of ice nucleation in supercooled water drops Read the article at http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=b906198c Duration : 0:0:22

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Inkjet formation of unilamellar lipid vesicles for cell-like encapsulation

Research article from Lab in a Chip, Jeanne C. Stachowiak et al. Inkjet formation of unilamellar lipid vesicles for cell-like encapsulation Read the article at http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=B904984C Duration : 0:0:13

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Phototransistor-based optoelectronic tweezers for dynamic cell manipulation in cell culture media

Video relates to research article in Lab on a chip Hsan-yin Hsu et al. “Phototransistor-based optoelectronic tweezers for dynamic cell manipulation in cell culture media” Read the article at http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=b906593h Duration : 0:0:36

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00. Introduction – ME 599

The course, ME 599: Nanomanufacturing taught by Professor John Hart at the University of Michigan, discusses the properties, synthesis, assembly and applications of nanostructures and nanostructured materials. Duration : 1:16:22

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Bacteria turn tiny gears

Swarms of bacteria turn two 380-micron long gears, opening the possibility of building hybrid biological machines at the microscopic scale. Read more at Wired: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/12/bacterial-micro-machine/#more-15684 or Scientific American: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=brownian-motion-bacteria Courtesy Igor Aronson. Duration : 0:0:21

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NanoEngineering Supermaterials

An introduction to Nano-Science, and NanoTechnology and what it means for the information age! Explanations of current Nanotechnology which has been back-engineered from crashed Alien spacecraft. Theoretical Quasicrystals 11 TIMES HARDER THAN DIAMOND! http://www.extropedia.org/technology-1/ultrananocrystalline-diamond-synthesis-properties-and-applications http://www.extropedia.org Duration : 0:8:22

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NanoEngineering Supermaterials

An introduction to Nano-Science, and NanoTechnology and what it means for the information age! Explanations of current Nanotechnology which has been back-engineered from crashed Alien spacecraft. Theoretical Quasicrystals 11 TIMES HARDER THAN DIAMOND! http://www.extropedia.org/technology-1/ultrananocrystalline-diamond-synthesis-properties-and-applications http://www.extropedia.org/ Duration : 0:8:22

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SciFinder: Nanotechnology- The Key to Solving the Worlds Energy Question

As we become a more technologically advanced society, we place an ever increasing demand on our natural resources to produce power. Scientists are utilizing the latest advancements in nanotechnology to develop alternative energy sources. SciFinder explores innovative trends, such as carbon nanotube technology, that could help create solutions for the worlds energy question. For more […]