New Electrode Integration method published in Lab-on-a-Chip

PhD students David McIntyre and Ali Lashkaripour have published a novel method for microfluidic electrode integration in Lab-on-a-chip. Using off-the-shelf conductive ink, this technique considerably speeds up the prototyping workfow for microfludic devices, reducing the barrier to designing, building, and testing such devices. Check out the paper here.

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