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Quake's team at Stanford
University has been developing microfluidic devices for half a decade. Their recent
work produced a tiny device about the size of a postage stamp that can allow
researchers to isolate microbes at the nanoliter scale.
Credit: Quake Group, Stanford University
01/14/09

Stanford
University has been developing microfluidic devices for half a decade. Their recent
work produced a tiny device about the size of a postage stamp that can allow
researchers to isolate microbes at the nanoliter scale.
Credit: Quake Group, Stanford University
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