Microfluidics for environmental analysis
During my graduate dissertation work I designed and utilized microfluidic devices to study, model, and assess environmental systems. Investigation of environmental systems is important for areas of industry, agriculture, and human health. While effective and well-established, traditional methods to perform environmental assessment typically involve instrumentation that is expensive and has limited portability. Because of this, analysis of environmental systems can have considerable financial burden and be limited to laboratory settings. To overcome the limitations of traditional methods researchers ...
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Gerold, Chase T.
Henry, Charles S.