Rapid prototyping of microfluidic actuators enables decentralised and personalised healthcare applications. Recent rapid prototyping technologies for the life sciences such as stereolithgraphically printed microfluidics as consumables and digital microfluidic chips as actuators allow for significantly more flexibility in experimental design while scaling life science experiments exponentially. Bio.kitchen facilitates you to use these technologies to create new applications by providing open source components and readily accessible manufacturing techniques. New healthcare problems can be tackled using this approach. We will teach you in theory and in a hands on session in our lab how you can make use of the latest trends in microfluidic manufacturing.
18 years. Pregnant woman are not allowed to enter the lab to avoid health risks.
English language skills
In the workshop closed shoes and long trousers must be worn at all times. In case of non-compliance the access to BioKitchen is denied. It is strongly recommended to take a Biosafety Introduction course before joining any other course in the lab.
Notes on Booking
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