“He said that motors made from the yarns would find use in what is known as microfluidics, "for chemical 'labs on a chip' that can be used for analysis of chemicals, or for sensing".”
“According to Prof. Alexander-Katz, applications to creating a new kind of microfluidics chips could be achieved within a year or so, because it would be simply a matter of scaling up from the simple systems that were tested in this study to more complex designs.”
“The facility also offers classes on topics ranging from DNA sequencing to microfluidics.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘microfluidics’.
What happens when you put a (former) English major at a bioinformatics and bioengineering summer institute? A list of wacky bio-words, of course!
Looking for tweets for microfluidics.