Wyss Institute- Microfluidics Research Group

  • Collaborative research effort led by Wyss Institute at Harvard University with participation from researchers at University of Toronto, MIT, and University of California Riverside
  • Scribe cutting process creates microfluidic channels 1 mm wide and 100 microns deep in a poly dimethyl silo...

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