Labs-on-a-chip Meets Smart Nanomaterials and Micromotors
Posted 18th October 2017 by Jane Williams
In this presentation, award winning Dr Alberto Escarpa speaks about groundbreaking research on graphene-based micromotors and quantum dots based micromotors.
Watch his examination on the following:
- The analytical potency of Janus micromotors and the coupling of quantum dots-based tubular micromotors.
- Examples involving graphene-based LOCs and graphene-based tubular micromotors.
- Self-propelled antibody-functionalised synthetic catalytic microengines for capturing and transporting target proteins in LOCs devices.
Download the agenda for the 3rd Microfluidics Congress at 4Bio Summit: Europe
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