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Microfluidics Making Bigger Impression
Techniques Evolve to Focus on Cells, Tissues, and Whole Organisms
- Microfluidics technology development is entering a new phase, according to Andreas Manz, Ph.D., head of research at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Saarbrücken, Germany. Now that the initial patents covering the fundamental technology have expired, companies can more easily and cost effectively acquire, develop, and apply microfluidics ...
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