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ODET Open Review Meeting

 

Livorno, 27-28 August 2013 - Top level scientists  from the Canadian National Research Council, the Universities of Hull and Manchester (GB), Laval (CAN), Padova (IT), Bielefeld (D) and micro and opto-fluidic companies representative (ChipShop (D), Lionix (NL), Weidmann (CH/USA), IMEC (B)) gathered together at Kayser Italia to discuss on the state-of-the-art on integrated optical detection system in microfluidics.

Shrinking and controlling functionalities such as fluidics, biochemical assays and optical detection on a single chip is a leading concept for the development of autonomous devices for space applications such as exploration missions, astronaut health and spacecraft monitoring. 

The meeting was held in the frame of the ODET program (Optical DETection in microfluidics) funded by the European Space Agency and lead by Kayser Italia with the partnership of Politecnico di Milano. 

 


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