A suite of paper microfluidic devices for detecting explosives, drugs and serology has now been developed. These devices are not much larger than a postage stamp and can detect multiple target analytes. In this webinar we will describe the development, use, and applications of the technology.
Detailed Learning Objectives:
- Explanation of the manufacture and development of paper microfluidic devices
- Discussion of the chemistry and methodology behind colorimetric detetion methods
- Description of individual devices and their applications in forensic testing
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