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Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Mississippi


Event Information:

  • Tue

    Colloquium: Development of Acoustofluidics for Cancer Research

    4:00 pmZoom Meeting. See Below.

    Feng Guo
    Intelligent Systems Engineering
    Indiana University — Bloomington

    Development of Acoustofluidics for Cancer Research

    The acoustofluidics technology harnesses sound waves and microfluidics for the manipulation of cells and liquids. This technique has many unique advantages. Firstly, this technique handles cells and/or liquids using gentle mechanical vibrations. These vibrations create a pressure gradient in the medium to move suspended micro-objects yielding a contamination-free, contactless, and label-free manipulation. Secondly, acoustofluidics has minimal impact on cell integrity and function. Thirdly, this technology can operate in a single, inexpensive micro-device without complicated setups, which offer additional advantages in ease of use, versatility, and portability. Here, we report a series of acoustofluidic devices and systems for the manipulation of cells and liquids in the microfluidic environment to address the problems in the field of cancer biology and translational cancer medicine.



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    Meeting ID: 213 798 950