LMIS1 at ECOSS36
LMIS1 recently participated to ECOSS36 conference in Lodz, with one poster presentation by Pol Torres Vila.
Microfluidic device combining hydrodynamic/dielectrophoretic trapping
Congratulations to Dr. Clémentine Lipp, former PhD student at LMIS4, under the supervision of Prof. Philippe Renaud, and now postdoc at LMIS1, for her new publication entitled "Microfluidic device combining hydrodynamic and dielectrophoretic trapping for the controlled contact between single micro-sized objects and application to adhesion assays" in the journal "Lab on a Chip".
A cost-effective conversion of commercial FFF 3D printers into MEWs
EPFL scientists have been able to successfully convert commercially-available 3D printers, based on FFF technology, into MEW devices. This achievement has proved the possibility to significanntly reduce the budget needed to carry out MEW additive maunfacturing, still preserving the high performances related to the devices currently present on the market.