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  • n. The science concerned with the design and construction of microminiaturized devices containing chambers and tunnels through which fluids flow in a controlled manner; used to construct labs on a chip, ink-jet printer heads etc
  • n. The study of microfluids

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  • 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".

    BBC News - Home

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  • 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.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • The facility also offers classes on topics ranging from DNA sequencing to microfluidics.

    'Biohackers' Get Their Own Space to Create

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