DAMP Lab South also houses the Microfluidics development and research group, working particularly in microfluidics large scale integration; precise control over the flow of biological content within microscale devices; free design-to-device software; inexpensive, desktop micromills for fabricating microfluidic devices; and acoustic manipulation in disposable, plastic microchannels, with the goals to provide more reliable and scalable construction of synthetic biological systems. The integration of microfluidics and synthetic biology has the capability to produce rapid prototyping platforms for the characterization of genetic devices, testing of biotherapeutics, and development of biosensors.

To know more about the work being developed by the microfluidics division, please visit:

© 2021 DAMP Lab. Cartoons drawn by Nicole Baptist <nbaptist@bu.edu>.

The facility is funded by NSF grant #1253856

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