Tiny lab on a chip

Source: Science Daily

Researchers have developed a novel microfluidic chip that can detect very small concentrations of dissolved contaminants using just 100-picoliter sized samples. By using a terahertz point source, the detection area can be made very small. This work may lead to lab-on-a-chip technology for environmental and health care monitoring.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220627100247.htm