New Research at NYUAD Suggests that 3D Printers Provide an Effective and Low-cost Technique for Fabricating Microfluidic Probes (MFPs)

New Research at NYUAD Suggests that 3D Printers Provide an Effective and Low-cost Technique for Fabricating Microfluidic Probes (MFPs)
August 09, 2018
Technology

New Research at NYUAD Suggests that 3D Printers Provide an Effective and Low-cost Technique for Fabricating Microfluidic Probes (MFPs)

NYU Abu Dhabi Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Mohammad Qasaimeh, and NYU Abu Dhabi Global PhD Fellow in Engineering and first author of the research Ayoola T. Brimmo, along with other researchers, used a 3D printer to create a functional, integrated, and inexpensive microfluidic probe (MFP) to study...

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