The Lurie Nanofabrication Facility (LNF), in association with the Microfluidics Biomedical Sciences Training Program (MBSTP), will be hosting a workshop on microfluidics March 6th. The workshop will consist of classroom seminars, guest lectures, and hands-on experiences. While all talks are free, there will be a fee for the hands-on part of the workshop (General public: $250 -and- Academic researchers/students: $150. Advanced registration will be required for the hands-on experience. GO TO THE WEBSITE TO REGISTER. The workshop is open to everyone and no fabrication experience is required. Space is limited, so register early!
Microfluidics, BioMEMS, Controlling microflows (laminar vs. turbulent), Computer simulation and modeling of microfluidic systems, and Leveraging next-generation capabilities at the LNF for your design.
Introduction to Microfluidics: Design and Fabrication, Direct Separation and Analysis of Cells Mediated by Transient Molecular Interactions in Microfluidic Devices, Lessons learnt from commercialization of microfluidic devices. The afternoon will feature a registration-required Hands-On Workshop.