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Acoustophoresis: the art of combining acoustics and microfluidics The manipulation of particles is an essential feature of Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) devices. LOC-systems provide a platform where biochemical assays can be miniaturized, integrated and automated in a simple, portable, fast and cost-efficient way [1]. Acoustophoretic devices are a type of LOC systems in which particles can be moved and spatially localized by sound. An acoustophoretic system is typically made of a chip with embedded

BioWings partners have gathered, last 9-10 th of May, in Rome (Italy) to discuss the latest advancements of the project and to plan the M12 project review meeting in Brussels (June 2019). The BioWings project meeting in Rome has successfully been concluded. It was an opportunity to share the current state of the BioWings project, evaluate the work accomplished during the first 11 months and plan the BioWings project review meeting

The exploitation of a European project: key activities and how to start Day One for #overflyBioWings   If we look for an official definition of the term “exploitation”, the Horizon 2020 program generally refers to “the utilization of results in further research activities other than those covered by the action concerned, or in developing, creating and marketing a product or process, or in creating and providing a service, or in standardization activities”[1]. However, both

Towards Si-compatible and biocompatible electromechanically active materials Weizmann for #overflyBioWings   Materials developing mechanical strain under external electric field are a backbone of a larger variety of modern technologies ranging from ultrasonic medical imaging to cellular phones. There are, however, very few electromechanically active materials that are compatible with Si-based microfabrication technologies and biocompatible. A few years ago, we have reported that Gd-doped ceria (GDC), a material commonly used in fuel cells, exhibits unexpectedly large