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Lab-in-a-tube Systems As Ultra-compact Devices.

S. Sánchez
Published 2015 · Engineering, Medicine

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In this Focus article, I will give an overview on the current and future interests of our multidisciplinary research group. One of our main interests is to develop highly integrated on-chip components towards ultra-compact devices for biosensing technologies (lab-in-a-tube). Our other activities are focused in developing self-powered devices that can generate either motion of a fluid or autonomous propulsion. We are particularly interested in three-dimensional (3D) nanofabrication technologies and stimuli responsive soft materials.
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