High-Volume Processes for Next-Gen Biotech Devices Needed

http://electroiq.com/blog/2016/09/high-volume-processes-for-next-generation-biotechnology-devices/Over the past several decades, miniaturization has significantly improved clinical diagnostics, pharmaceutical research and analytical chemistry. Modern biotechnology devices— such as biosensors, fully integrated systems for diagnostics, cell-analysis or drug discovery—are often chip-based and rely on close interaction of biological substances at the micro- and nanoscale. Thus, process technologies that enable the production of surface patterns and integration of fluidic components with small feature sizes are needed.  Read more…


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