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How to make a lab-on-a-chip clear and biocompatible (with less blood splatter)


October 4, 2018

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Lab-on-a-chip devices harness electrical signals to measure glucose, tell apart blood type and detect viruses or cancer. But biological samples need hafnium oxide for protection from the electric fields. Full Story

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Michigan Technological University

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