Microfluidics

It’s been said around Key Tech that ultrasound is my thing. I can’t deny it, I am drawn to ultrasonic applications because they require careful attention to a spectrum of disciplines I enjoy: acoustic, mechanical and materials, electrical and software design. Ignoring just one is likely...

It feels like no matter the project, if fluidics are involved, the topic of bubbles pops back up.  Lab-on-a-chip is a growing industry, and miniaturizing a fluidic system comes with a unique set of bubble challenges.  When down at the microfluidic scale, a bubble has...

To say the world moves faster every day seems like the ultimate cliché.  Haven’t generations upon generations made this same observation?  We stand in the present, looking back upon times when the technology felt slower, progress more relatable, and looking forward, we feel an acceleration,...

If a medical device processes a patient sample, then it is almost guaranteed that the sample will have to be mixed at some point with various reagents which help process the assay.  And though James Bond may have had strong feelings on the proper way...

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