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2002-02-04 Xenicent develops "lab on a chip" technology
Xenicent Inc. is developing a "lab on a chip" technology for commercial testing applications within the food packing and veterinary industries.
2013-07-08 Researcher adds glass microfluidics into lab-on-a-chip
Glass is seen as an attractive alternative because it is chemically resistant, transparent and can withstand higher fluid pressures than polydimethylsiloxane, which is usually used in lab-on-a-chips.
2014-09-08 Novel micropumps cut cost for lab-on-a-chip disease diagnosis
Researchers at Penn State demonstrated an acoustofluidic pump powered by a piezoelectric transducer that could make the diagnosis of many global life-threatening diseases easy and affordable.
2010-05-12 Microfluidic ICs simplify lab-on-a-chip apps
University of Michigan researchers have created microfluidic ICs as a way to simplify lab-on-a-chip devices that could offer quicker, cheaper and more portable medical tests.
2007-10-12 Lab-on-a-chip steps up bird flu fight in Asia
Singapore research collaborators recently demonstrated a lab-on-a-chip that can detect avian flu in less than 30mins, promising a huge step forward in the fight against bird flu in Asia.
2016-03-02 Lab-on-a-chip innovation advances biophotonics, 3D printing
KTH Royal Institute of Technology researchers created a novel polymer geared for photostructuring, a technique for creating micro-scale shapes.
2008-12-04 Holographic technique could boost lab-on-a-chip
Purdue University researchers have developed an electrokinetic patterning technique that utilizes laser and holograms to quickly position numerous tiny particles.
2013-07-15 Electroactive polymer enables more compact lab-on-a-chip
Researchers from RIKEN Quantitative Biology Centre are working to produce 'lab-on-a-chip' technologies that allow multiple biological tests to be performed using just a drop of blood or urine.
2010-10-12 Shrink licenses Corning's modular microfluidic system
Shrink Nanotechnologies intends to sublicense plug and play modular microfluidics system
2012-04-05 Micro-loop mirror design ups silicon chip performance
Integrated Si/III-V lasers can take advantage of low-loss silicon waveguides, while addressing the problem of low light emission efficiency that silicon devices typically have.
2008-12-05 Hospital-on-a-chip readies for duty
An Office of Naval Research program seeks to embed a field hospital-on-a-chip that could monitor a soldier's injuries and administer medications.
2013-10-07 Fraunhofer team finds way to mass produce lab-on-chips
LOCs, or pocket labs, can automatically perform a complete analysis of even the tiniest liquid samples, integrating all the required functions onto a chip that's just a few centimeters long.
2008-04-21 Firms embark on airborne pathogen detector project
Nanoident Technologies has teamed with microfluidic ChipShop to develop an airborne pathogen detection system for the European Defence Agency.
2007-09-17 Examine DNA samples with MEMS
MEMS technology, in the form of a DNA lab-on-a-chip, is starting to assume a key role as part of a set of instruments for making quick analyses of microbiological samples.
2013-10-16 Affordable microwater sensors aid crop growers
Using chips embedded in plants or spaced across soil and linked wirelessly to computers, for example, growers may control the precise moisture of blocks of land, based on target goals.
2003-11-03 ST partners with Mobidiag for molecular diagnostics
In an effort to drive its silicon-based lab-on-a-chip to the commercial diagnostic market, STMicro has completed a joint development agreement with Helsinki-based Mobidiag.
2002-04-01 Microprinting cuts biodetector sensor size
Looking to cut biodetector size and cost, Washington State University researchers have applied microprinting to the design of lab-on-a-chip systems. The technique can produce dense arrays of sensors specifically tuned to register the presence of particular DNA sequences.
2004-03-16 Zinc-oxide structure joins nanoscale-device push
Nanorings, a new type of geometry in the quest to build nanoscale devices, hold out near-term promise as injectable pressure sensors to monitor the human body.
2005-09-16 Ultrasensitive quantum lasers sniff toxins
A Georgia Tech researcher develops an ultrasensitive spectrometer using quantum cascade lasers, waveguides and detectors.
2002-11-11 STMicro shows dual-function DNA analysis chip
STMicroelectronics demonstrated a dual-function microfluidic chip that can both amplify DNA and analyze the results of system reaction.
2013-12-17 Smartphone device turns 'selfie' into health monitor
Cornell have created the Smartphone Cholesterol Application for Rapid Diagnostics, or smartCARD, which uses a smartphone's camera to read the body's cholesterol level.
2002-04-12 Scientist makes photonic circuits with inkjet printer
A new family of organic polymers demonstrated at the University of Arizona can "paint" computer displays and photocell arrays onto most any surface, and could enable self-contained "computerless" niche devices that are cheaper and more flexible than what's available today.
2010-11-08 ResMed collaborates with ST to address sleep apnea
ResMed has designed-in STMicroelectronics' STM32 32bit microcontroller into a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device that addresses sleep apnea.
2012-09-21 Researchers utilise inkjet tech to print lasers
Cambridge University researchers have developed a method of printing lasers using inkjet technology for applications ranging from biomedical testing to laser arrays for displays.
2015-02-18 Nanoscale light-matter interaction opens door for Si-photonics
Ghent University and imec scientists managed to confine both light and sound to silicon nanowires that could pave the way for enhanced signal processing on mass-producible silicon photonic chips.
2016-01-04 Nanoparticles carve straight paths on semiconductor surface
Scientists from NIST found that gold particles can operate like snow blowers, boasting a trenching capability that paves the way for innovative uses such as disease diagnosis and DNA forensics.
2013-08-02 Mobile device MEMS to reach $2.7B
MEMS sensors are expected to be a $2.7 billion market in 2013, according to Yole Dveloppement.
2008-03-26 Lab-on-chip detects avian flu on the fly
Veredus Laboratories and STMicroelectronics announced the commercial availability of VereFlu, a portable lab-on-chip application for rapid detection of all major influenza types, including the Avian Flu strain H5N1, at the point of need.
2013-10-29 Imec, Johns Hopkins to push nanotech for medical apps
Johns Hopkins University will team up with Imec to advance silicon applications in healthcare, beginning with development of a device to enable a broad range of clinical tests.
2011-10-24 Glass improves lab-on-chip manufacturing
MIT researchers have developed an engraving technique that claims to be more precise than nanoimprint lithography.
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