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Dec5-11, 03:22 AM
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Quote Quote by Pythagorean View Post
Lab-on-chip technology is cool but whenever I've encountered people working on it the goal has been to speed up or improve lab work or provide bedside diagnostic equipment. What impresses me about this article is that someone has gone to the effort of getting a bunch of equipment and done it for a cheap price using resources available to the public. An issue he hasn't gotten around OS reagent cost but I suppose if people are that keen about their hobby they'll fork out.