Paper-based microfluidic device could lead to cheap diagnostic tests

05/14/2008 | M.I.T. Technology Review

Researchers at Harvard University have developed a paper-based microfluidic device that could help in efforts to make inexpensive and disposable diagnostic tests for use in developing countries. "It's really clever because it uses paper as a substrate, which is universally available," said an expert.

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