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Microfluidics Resources

Welcome to the Microfluidics resources page: a curated list of presentation slide decks, reports and posters.

These resources were produced from our Microfluidics strand of our 4BIO series of events. The next related conferences are:

Presentation Videos

Microfluidics: Where From Here?

George Whitesides, University Professor, Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard University

Applying High Speed Imaging Technology in Microfluidics

Nicolas Long, Global VAR/OEM Manager, Vision Research

Shaped Paper Pumps for Microfluidic Devices

Glenn Walker, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University

Acoustic Microfluidics

James Friend, Professor, Center for Medical Devices and Instrumentation, University of California San Diego

Reports and Investor Spreadsheets

The rise of microfluidic technology: inspiring multi-disciplinary innovation and collaboration

The Big List Of Microfluidics Companies & Investors

Poster Presentations

Self Similar Interfacial Impedance of Electrodes in High Conductivity Media

Anil Koklu, Amin Mansoorifar, Jason Guiliani, Carlos Monton, Ali Beskok, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Texas

Impedance Based Microfluidic Device for Measuring Drug Response of Cancer Cells

Amin Mansoorifar, Anil Koklu, Shihong Ma, Ganesh V. Raj, Ali Beskok

High spatio-temporal resolved light-driven merging of microdroplets in microfluidic chambers

Zain Hayat, Abdel El Abed, Quantum and Molecular Laboratory, Universite, Paris Saclay

Presentation Slides

Microfluidic solutions for cell and tissue studies

Winnie Svendsen, Associate Professor, DTU Nanotech Denmark

Affinity-Based Optical DNA Mapping In Nanochannels

Fredrik Westerlund, Associate Professor, Chemical Biology, Chalmers University

Development and Manufacturing of Fully Integrated Sample-to-Result Microfluidic Devices

Holger Becker, Co-founder and CSO, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH

Microfluidic Devices for Cell Capture and DNA Amplification

Harold Craighead, Professor of Applied and Engineering Physics, Cornell University

Highly multiplexed, two-stage isothermal assay (RAMP) for Molecular Detection at the Point of Care

Haim H Bau, Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics (MEAM), University of Pennsylvania

Catalyzing Commercialization at the National Science Foundation

Rajesh Mehta, Program Director, National Science Foundation

Microfluidic Systems for Recapitulating Tumor-Immune Cell Interactions

Jeffrey T. Borenstein, Technical Director, Biomedical Engineering Center, Draper

Shaped paper pumps for microfluidic devices

Glenn Walker, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University

The Complexity Challenge: Development and Manufacturing of Fully Integrated Sample-to-Result Microfluidic Devices

Holger Becker, Co-founder and CSO, microfluidic ChipShop GmbH

Applying high speed imaging technology in Microfluidics – an overview

Nicolas Long, Global VAR/OEM Manager, Vision Research, an Ametek Company

Microfabricated Platforms for Microbiome Culture: From Artificial Mouths to Guts

Dr Todd Thorsen, Technical Staff, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Organism-on-a-Chip Models for Neurobehavioral Screening of Disease

Pouya Rezai, PhD, PEng Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering York University, Toronto, ON, Canada

Advancing Medical Device Innovation with Microfluidics

Suvajyoti Guha, PhD, Division of Applied Mechanics Office of Science & Engineering Laboratories, Center for Devices & Radiological Health, Food & Drug Administration (FDA)