Plug Microvalve: Too good and practical to be true !
Isn’t this the simplest possible microvalve you can imagine? This new microvalve we presented recently takes only 5 minutes to build and can be integrated the microfluidic devices without changing the design. It has superb burst pressure and can be controlled remotely or manually.Several interesting features were
A new dimension to sheathless microflow cytometry
A comparison of coefficient of variation (CV) of scatter or fluorescent signals from previously reported microfluidic cytometers. As a first attempt to using viscoelastic sheathless focusing a remarkable performance was obtained. Well done Mr. Asghari and Serhatlioglu ! M. Asghari, M. Serhatlioglu, B. Ortaç, M. E. Sol
Congratulations to Ziya for his cover article
Ziya’s point-of-care work is published on Lab on a Chip as cover article.
Dr. Elbuken gave a keynote talk at “Electrochemical nucleic acid based biosensors / microfluidic devices for healthcare applications” workshop
Dr. Elbuken attended the “Electrochemical nucleic acid based biosensors / microfluidic devices for healthcare applications” workshop at University of Bath, UK between 5-8 September, 2016. He gave a keynote talk on healthcare applications of microfluidics.
Merve published her first paper
Merve set the bar high for all the EFL members. Her first paper was published on Lab on a Chip. Congratulations Merve for such a successful Master Thesis ! http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2016/lc/c6lc00623j#!divAbstract
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National Nanotechnology Research Center
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