The Bio-MEMS and Microsystems Research Group at Florida International University is involved in diverse multi and interdisciplinary research, with interests ranging from Sensors for Harsh Oceanic Environments to Cancer Research and Microneedles. Current research work involves interdisciplinary research on micro- and nano-scale Physical and Biological Sensors, microfluidics, materials, and also integrates current research work in integrated-circuits, bio, and polymer technologies
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Working on new ways to integrate technology into chips.
Nano materials are used in a variety of, manufacturing processes, products and healthcare including paints, filters, insulation and lubricant additives
Microfluidics is the science of manipulating and controlling fluids, usually in the range of microliters (10-6) to picoliters (10-12), in networks of channels with dimensions from tens to hundreds of micrometers.
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