Lab on a Chip

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Eye blinking on-a-chip image
24 Mar 2020
A new approach could lead to “cornea-on-a-chip” devices that more accurately test the effects of drugs on the human eye.
04 Sep 2019
The academic journal Lab on a Chip has selected UNIST Professor Joo Hun Kang as an Emerging Investigator in 2019.
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17 Jan 2019
HKBU scholars invented the world’s first multidimensional antimicrobial susceptibility testing system. The new technology can provide information about drug resistant pathogens present in patients, enabling doctors to accurately determine the effectiveness and appropriate dosage of antibiotics needed for effective treatment.
10 Sep 2014
Human nasal epithelial cells, cultured on a microchip, react to air pollutants just like they would in the upper airway.
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09 Apr 2014
A passive method for sorting and fixing microbeads of different sizes could lead to cheaper and more functional biological assays
Gold nanostructures
25 Sep 2013
A new method that fabricates gold nanostructures quickly and efficiently could lead to highly sensitive, portable medical sensors
microfluidic oscillator
09 May 2012
A quiet revolution is taking place in the fields of biology and chemistry. Microfluidic devices, which allow fluid manipulation in micro-scale channels, are slowly but surely finding their place on the lab bench. A new microfluidic device can operate as a mixer or a valve, improving the efficiency of micro-scale laboratory apparatus.
Microfluidics devices
21 Sep 2011
SIMTech Microfluidics Foundry, a successful outcome of a collaboration with CSEM, Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, is a milestone for Singapore and the industry.

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