(Jun, 14') Check out the new patent by Horacio Kido!
(Feb, 14') Exciting newpaper on 3-D Interdigitated electrode arrays (IDEAs) published in Analytical Chemistry.
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(Feb, 14') New article published in the South African Journal of Science!
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(Jan, 14') New article published in Carbon by our C-MEMS team.
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(Jan, 14') Article on thermoelectric heating in CD Microfluidics published in Biomicrofluidics!
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(July, 13') New paper published on Lab on a Chip.
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(June, 13') New Article in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society.
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(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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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.