Microfluidic probes, IBM research

Microfluidic probes, IBM research

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Caption: Microfluidic probe, IBM research. IBM scientist Robert D. Lovchik testing a microfluidic probes by blowing air through the microchannels. These flexible, non-contact microfluidic probes, made from silicon, were developed at IBM. They are designed to aid researchers and pathologists working with tissue samples, enabling accurate drug testing and disease diagnostics. Photographed in January 2012, at IBM Research-Zurich, Switzerland.

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