Engineer develops chip-based diagnostic test using children's toy

08/26/2009 | MIT Technology Review

Michelle Khine, a biomedical engineer, has invented an inexpensive microfluidic device with the help of a children's toy called Shrinky Dinks. Khine plans to use the technology in spotting various diseases and hopes that cheap, bedside tests could be developed to detect HIV and other infections.

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