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Microfluidic device used for rapid screening.

Congratulations to Matthew Crane, Kwanghun Chung, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled “Computer-enhanced high-throughput genetic screens of C. elegans in a microfluidic system“ published today in Lab on a Chip.

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DATE: September 16, 2008
TIME: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
LOCATION: IBB 1128
FEES: none

“Automated On-Chip Rapid Microscopy, and Sorting of C. elegans”

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Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences

Congratulations to Gina Cremona, Alison Hirsch, Catherine Rivet, and Jeffrey Stirman for their accepted poster presentations to MicroTAS 2008. In addition, congratulations to Kwanghun Chung for being selected to give a talk.

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Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung, Matt Crane, and Dr. Hang Lu for being featured in the NY Times! Well deserved recognition after such hard work.

Georgia Tech graduate students Kwanghun Chung and Matthew Crane, and assistant professor Hang Lu (left to right), set up the microchip on the microscope and observe a live image of it on the monitor. (Georgia Tech Photo: Gary Meek) Research from Kwanghun Chung, Matt Crane, and Dr. Hang Lu featured today in Georgia Tech News, congratulations!

Microdevice for

Congratulations to Kwanghun Chung, Matthew Crane, and Dr. Hang Lu for their publication titled “Automated on-chip rapid microscopy, phenotyping and sorting of C. elegans published today in Nature Methods.

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Dr. Hang Lu will once again be teaching a course in micro- and nanofluidics this fall. Please see attached flyer for more details.

Chbe8803 Micro-and Nanofluidics Annoucement

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