MicroTech Lab applies the power of miniaturization to create revolutionary micro/nanofluidic new devices or outperform their larger predecessors in the different engineering fields such as health, energy and communications.
A multidisciplinary team on fluid physics, biology, mechanics, nanofabrication and communications, focused on industry technology transfer.
Nowadays, there is a growing need for lab-on-a-chip devices especially in clinical analysis and diagnostics. First step, in most blood tests is plasma extraction from whole blood. iBlood presents a novel high throughput blood plasma separation microfluidic chip which with just single drop of blood (5µL) can separate 20% plasma from initial blood sample without the need of external forces with high efficiency (more than 98%) and reasonable time (3 to 5 minutes). iBlood a CORE technology for the realization of single use, self‐blood tests which now takes multiple technicians’ hours to do.
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