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  • Writer's pictureKai Wu

New Paper Published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

Our latest research in collaboration with leading labs from XJTU is published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, titled "Investigation on the Focusing and Separation of Polystyrene Microbeads in An Integrated Microfluidic System Using Magnetized Functionalized Flexible Micro-magnet Arrays".

This work introduces on-chip focusing and separation of polystyrene microbeads. Unlike traditional bulky magnets, our NdFeB powder-based micro-magnets create flexible and optimized magnetic fields. We've thoroughly investigated the focusing and separation of microbeads in our microfluidic system, both numerically and experimentally. This advancement is a significant step forward for applications like single-cell analysis and disease diagnosis.



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