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Microfluidics: The Science and Technology of Tiny Fluids

Have you ever wondered how fluids behave when they are confined in tiny spaces? How can we manipulate and control them for various purposes? How can we use them to create new devices and applications? If you are curious about these questions, then you might be interested in microfluidics.

What is microfluidics?

Microfluidics is both the science and the technology of dealing with small amounts of fluids, ranging from nanoliters to picoliters, in channels with dimensions of tens to hundreds of micrometers. It is a multidisciplinary field that involves molecular analysis, biodefense, molecular biology, and microelectronics1

Microfluidics emerged in the beginning of the 1980s and has since been used in the development of inkjet printheads, DNA chips, lab-on-a-chip technology, micro-propulsion, and micro-thermal and cooling technologies.1

Why is microfluidics important?

Microfluidics offers many advantages over conventional methods of handling fluids. Some of these are:

Microfluidics also exploits the unique features of fluids at the microscale, such as laminar flow and concentration gradients, that enable new possibilities and innovations. For example, microfluidics can create droplets of precise size and composition that can act as mini-reactors or carriers. Microfluidics can also generate complex patterns and structures that can mimic biological tissues or organs1

What are some applications of microfluidics?

Microfluidics has applications in many fields, such as chemistry, biology, medicine, and engineering. Some examples are:

How to learn more about microfluidics?

If you want to learn more about microfluidics, you can start by reading some online articles or books on the topic. You can also watch some videos or podcasts that explain the basics and showcase some examples. You can also browse some websites or blogs that feature the latest news and developments in microfluidics.

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