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Introduction of Microfluidics - Creative Biolabs

Microfluidics is a technology that precisely controls and manipulates micro-scale fluids, especially sub-micron structures. It is also called Lab-on-a-Chip or microfluidic chip technology.
Creative Biolabs has established a comprehensive microfluidics technology platform. We offer our customers with one-stop-shop of all aspects of microfluidics research and evaluation, including microfluidic chip design and manufacture, microfluidic chip products, as well as personalized customized solutions.
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Microfluidics Adventures #3: Microfluidic chips

The Lutetium Project is back with part three of our Microfluidics Adventures! We're gonna show you microfluidic chips as you've never seen them before. Let’s mix some microdroplets!
↓ More infos and links in the description ↓

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LINKS:

French version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyWGcL3_d00
Subscribe to the channel : https://youtube.com/thelutetiumproject
Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/TheLuProject
Visit our website: https://www.lutetium.paris/en


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RELATED BOOK:

Patrick Tabeling, Introduction to microfluidics, Oxford University Press (2005) https://books.google.fr/books/about/Introduction_to_Microfluidics.html


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RELATED ARTICLES :


Lucas Frenz, Abdeslam El Harrak, Matthias Pauly, Sylvie Bégin-Colin, Andrew Griffiths, Jean-Christophe Baret
Droplet-Based Microreactors for the Synthesis of Magnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47: 6817–6820 (2008)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/anie.200801360/full

Jeremy Agresti, Eugene Antipov, Adam Abate, Keunho Ahn, Amy Rowat, Jean-Christophe Baret, Manuel Marquez, Alexander Klibanov, Andrew Griffiths and David Weitz
Ultrahigh-throughput screening in drop-based microfluidics for directed evolution
PNAS (2010), doi: 10.1073/pnas.0910781107
http://www.pnas.org/content/107/9/4004.short

All of the research footage used in this video can be found on the YouTube channel of the Biochemistry Lab at ESPCI : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFx6B792i03Nj908-_LTUg/videos


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Philippe Nghe, Biochemistry Lab https://www.lbc.espci.fr/
Paul Boniface, Espace des sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes https://www.espgg.org/
Fabrice Monti, Microfactory SAS, http://www.microfactory.eu/
MécaWet team, PMMH lab, https://www.pmmh.espci.fr/~jbico/
EC2M team, Gulliver lab, https://www.ec2m.espci.fr/
Perrine Franquet, Institut Pierre-Gilles de Gennes pour la microfluidique https://www.institut-pgg.fr/

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STRUCTURE OF THE VIDEO:

00:00 Using the chip
01:30 Output: microdroplets!
02:28 Why make microdroplets?
03:24 Laminar and turbulent flows
05:03 Mixing at the microscale
05:36 Conclusion

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CREDITS:

Host:
Marie Boulez

Directing, animation:
Hoon Kwon

Scenario:
Guillaume Durey, Mathias Kasiulis, Arnaud Reitz

Editing:
Léa Bello, Hoon Kwon

Studio, visual identity:
Juliette Nier

Theme music, background music:
Pierre David

Production:
Guillaume Durey, Mathias Kasiulis


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The Lutetium Project is a PSL students’ initiative conducted as part of IDEX ANR-10-IDEX-0001-02 PSL and funded by:
PSL Research University – https://www.univ-psl.fr
ESPCI Paris – https://www.espci.fr
Espace des sciences Pierre-Gilles de Gennes – https://www.espgg.org
ESPCI Alumni – https://espci.alumni.paris
le Fonds ESPCI Paris – https://www.espci.fr/fr/nous-soutenir...
Fakhrurrazie Jaffar : I love how you explain the phenomenon with adequate visual aid.
Embargo123 : Thanks for this incredible series. Are there any books that you would recommend in order to learn this all from absolute basics and beginners level?
A G : top notch content guy's, don't know how i missed such youtube gold
TranscenDaMental : Amazing!!!! I’ve been formulating some unbelievable ideas from researching technology such as this. Thank You all for doing so well in your fields of science!
WangleLine : This is soooo well made - I'm in love with this series :D

Bioprinting 101: How to make Microfluidic Chips

Student In STEM Ria Bhatia demonstrates how you can create a pH gradient generator chip using microfluidics. Through this experiment, you will familiarize yourself with TinkerCad, a widely used 3D modelling software. Additionally, you will learn about microfluidics, which deal with the flow of liquids inside micrometer-sized channels, and receive an introduction to flow concepts, such as laminar flow. Throughout this project, you will also learn about acid-base reactions, which are indicators of pH value, and technical skills, such as ImageJ and Excel analysis.
ⵉⵜⵔⵓⵏⴰⵓⵜ : Is it advisable to use a vacuum pump in order to quickly remove the air bubbles in the PDMS?
daniel ayala : cool! how many more times can the printed design be casted? or doesit disinttegrate aftyter first cast?
Khaled Freij : Can i have more info about the dimensions of the channels?
A.N. : Hi can you send me a quotation of prices of the reagents you used? PDMS, Fpluronic, ... or even redirect me to someone who could do so. thanks a lot
Vision Bios : Any recommendations on how to attach the PDMS device onto a glass slide ?
Any help is much appreciated

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