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  • n. The study of the behaviour of fluids confined in nanoscale structures.
  • n. The design and fabrication of nanostructures containing the controlled movement of fluids.

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  • Researchers at the Cornell University Nanobiotechnology Center are combining RT-PCR with a nanofluidics-based system for separation and identification of genetic material from different organisms.

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  • Use of biochip technology; micro- and nanofluidics

  • The researchers are interested in using these nanoscale lithographic capabilities to investigate nanophotonics and nanofluidics aimed at biological application.

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  • With the emergence of nanotechnology, microfluidics is currently undergoing dramatic changes, embracing the rising field of nanofluidics.

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  • Are available in the context of micro - and nanofluidics, involving in particular oil-water two-phase flows and the specific interactions of the two phases with solid channel walls.

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  • The paper is called "Liquid glass electrodes for nanofluidics."

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  • National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in Gaithersburg, MD, have made one of the most sophisticated nanofluidics device to date.

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  • BioNanomatrix, a startup based in Philadelphia that uses nanofluidics for DNA analysis, says that the significant aspect of the new work is that the researchers have used a one-step lithography process.

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  • Such a technique could "could have a significant impact on chip making," Menon says, and could also help to enable new work in a variety of emerging fields that rely on nano-scale patterning, including nanophotonics, nanofluidics, nanoelectronics, and nano-biological systems.

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  • Menon believes that such a technique "could have a significant impact on chip making," and also help enable new work in a variety of emerging fields that rely on nano-scale patterning, including nanophotonics, nanofluidics, nanoelectronics, and nano-biological systems.

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