Use of Microfluidic Technology Increases for Biomedical and Life Science Applications
Published: 02 December 2005
The world of microfluidic-based biochips and systems is one in which semiconductor design and manufacturing, as well as mechanical design and manufacturing, can play a role. Furthermore, the market is open for competition, and no one vendor can claim leadership.
Table Of Contents
- What Is Microfluidics?
- Why Use Microfluidics for Biomedical and Life Science Applications?
- Uses and Examples
- Players in Every Step of the Process
- Microfluidic Design Software
- Microfluidic Manufacturing
- Prefabricated Parts
- Market Challenges
- Gartner Dataquest Perspective: What You Need to Know
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