Manipulating Porous Matter
Today, our research on the 3D printing technique that extends the possibilities of lateral flow testing was picked up by several news sites!
With our 3D version of a lateral flow test, a sample is guided through a network of channels. The flow can be directed through several process steps, enabling complex protocols that can be executed automatically.
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Features of the technology can be found in this video. Access the full report in Advanced Materials, also available on our Publication Page.
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