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Microfluidics: a tool for discovery and development

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Over the past decade, microfluidics emerged as an efficient research tool in chemistry, physics, fluid mechanics, biology and clinical medicine. It also showed promising applications in producing high-value materials. In this lecture I will review our progress in three areas, namely, (i) in the generation of polymer colloids with a precise control of their shapes, compositions and internal structures; (ii) in cell studies and (iii) in studies and applications of CO2 in the microfluidic format.

This talk is part of the BSS Formal Seminars series.

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