An open software platform for the automated design of paper-based microfluidic devices.

Mace, Charles R.

DeChiara, Nicholas S.

Wilson, Daniel J.


  • Paper-based microfluidic devices are an attractive platform for the development of analytical tests. These devices are extremely low-cost (pennies per device) and have many exciting applications in point-of-care medical diagnostics and environmental monitoring, among others. However, their development and design is a tedious and error-prone process that involves significant investments of time, ... read more
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  • Scientific Reports 7, 16224 (2017)
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