Microfluidic Technology

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  • Drawing into Bloodless Health Monitors

    Drawing into Bloodless Health Monitors

    A team of scientists at the University of California, Berkeley developed a wearable sensor to monitor an individual’s health based upon their sweat. The sensor is constructed as a patch with a spiral-patterned microfluidic component where sweat samples can flow and be analyzed.[1] It has shown potential for monitoring sodium and fluid loss, and i

  • Syringe Pumps vs Peristaltic Pumps - Case Study

    IntroductionDifferent applications require a pump, among all the options peristaltic and syringe pumps, are the most suitable. However, selection of the best is always a disjunctive. In general ...

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  • High-Precision Material Dosing Using Syringe Pumps

    High-precision material dosing in a research experiment determines success or failure of the research experiment. For example, in microfluidic experiments a syringe pump carries out material dosing; and the quality of instrument (syringe pump) ...

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