(April, '13) Article on Push-Pull microfluidics on a multilevel 3D CD published in Lab on a Chip.
(April, '13) Article on microfluidics published in Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing.
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(December, '12) LA Times Article featuring UCI and Rapidtech: "UC Irvine's Rapidtech is helping revolutionize manufacturing!"
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(October, '12) OC Register feature on the future of 3-d printing and advanced manufacturing: "At UCI, the future is 3D."
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(September, '12) PBS feature on the Biomems lab at UCI and Rapidtech in a program on Advanced Manufacturing.
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(September, '12) Patent on Low-voltage near field electrospinning method and device published by US Patent and Trademark office.
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(June, '12) Gobind Bisht received 2012 Dean's Dissertation Fellowship.
(May, '12) Gobind Bisht
published in the Journal of Laboratory Automation.
(Mar, '12) Two new
publications (Bisht et al.) accepted into international journals.
(Nov 14-16, '11)
Talk on Nano- and Micro-Patterning of Carbon at NanoBioTech in Montreux.
(Sept 7, '11) Micro-Med-A,
conference on Fluidics on CD.
(June 3, ’11) Marc Madou’s plenary talk in Seoul: Nano and Micro-Patterning of Carbon.
(July 21, ’11) Marc Madou’s plenary talk in Kolkata: Biosensors and Drug Delivery.
(July 16, ’11) Marc Madou’s plenary talk in Bangalore: Micro- and Nanopatterning of Carbon.
WELCOME TO MARC MADOU'S BIO-MEMS LAB AT UC IRVINE
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The BioMEMS laboratory applies miniaturization science to solve chemical and biological problems with an emphasis on molecular biology and energy. Our research areas include medical diagnostics, sensor technology, micro-battery development, and novel drug delivery systems among others. Currently we are developing several platforms including Microfluidic Compact Discs, Carbon-MEMS devices and Electroactive Polymer substrates. We are actively pursuing original research through collaborative efforts in academia and industry.