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MicroTAS 2017

October 22, 2017

The 21st International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (µTAS 2017) will be held at the Savannah International Trade and Conference Center in Savannah, Georgia, USA from October 22 – 26, 2017. µTAS [more...]

Microfluidics Interface Helps Push Two-legged Nanobot

May 13, 2017

A team of researchers in Israel has made a bipedal motor from DNA that can be controlled using a computer-based microfluidics-based interface. The molecular machine, which can “walk” on a DNA origami track in response to DNA fuel and [more...]

Feeling the Heat in Cells

April 17, 2017

The gallium nitride nanomembrane (GaN NM) is shown attached to a cell. When a pulsed laser is directed onto the nanomembrane, heat is transferred to the cell via a gold microdisc. By monitoring the emitted photoluminescent light (blue [more...]

Real Life Brain Studies: 3D Brain-on-a-chip

July 20, 2016

Micro sieve electrode array(Image credit:  University of Twente)  To study brain cell’s operation and test the effect of medication on individual cells, the conventional Petri dish with flat electrodes is not sufficient. For truly [more...]

International Micro Nano Conference 2015

December 8, 2015

Celebrating its 10th edition, the international MicroNanoConference ’15 takes place in the heart of vibrant Amsterdam. Microfluidics, Nano-Instrumentation and Surface Modification are the main topics of this industry and application [more...]

Measuring Nanoscale Features with Fractions of Light

December 6, 2015

Drawing illustrates how tiny changes in wavy images scattered from lines in a grid-like array can be reconstructed when paired with advanced optical and computational techniques. Lines are 15 nanometers wide, 30 times smaller than the [more...]

Here’s Why Nobody’s Talking About Nanotech Anymore

October 11, 2015

A micro reactor from glass of the iX-factory GmbH for cost-efficient and danger-reduced mixing of chemicals in the chemical industry (Credit: Kevin Kelleher, Time) Of all the investment fads and manias over the past few decades, none have [more...]

Google Wants to Cure Diseases

August 21, 2015

Google’s smart contract lens When Google Co-Founder Larry Page dropped his now-famous blog post revealing that Google was reorganizing itself as Alphabet, one of the most striking things was what he chose to highlight as the kind [more...]

InziGn

August 20, 2015

About the company:  Inzign partnered up with Singapore’s leading manufacturing technology research institute (SIMTech) to serve the fast growing lab-on-chip / microfluidic industry. Our microfluidics capability includes injection [more...]
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