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Microelectromechanical systems are well-established as an important commerical and research technology. Microfluidic systems are now emerging as potentially transformative to health-care. As these systems scale to the nano domain, new applications and possibilities continue to emerge.

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nano/micro-mechanics Akinwande, Freeman, Han, Lang, Schmidt, Voldman, Zahn 6.152, 6.641, 6.642, 6.777
nano/micro-fluidics Freeman, Han, Schmidt, Voldman, White, Yanik, Zahn 6.07, 6.021, 6.023, 6.152, 6.641, 6.642, 6.777

 

 

 

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