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Microfluidics

Modern microfluidics lead to various applications: biological and chemical analysis, point-of-care testing, clinical and forensic analysis, molecular diagnostics and medical diagnostics, tissues, detergents or pastes whose flow properties can be manipulated, and to the development of metamaterials with designed mechanical properties.

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