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LABORATORIES OF THE FUTURE

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Transcript of LABORATORIES OF THE FUTURE

LABORATORIES OF THE FUTURE
By: Gabitov Shafkat and
Shayakhmetov Niyaz
second-course students of the BSU
the tendency of reduction
Laboratories
Lab-on-a-chip
also known as
"Micro Total Analysis System"
Lab-on-a-chip devices are micro fluidics-based systems which integrate multiple laboratory-type capabilities on a single chip only a few centimeters in size
Advantages
low fluid volumes consumption
higher analysis and control speed of the chip
massive parallelization due to compactness
lower fabrication costs

safer platform for chemical, radioactive or biological studies
compactness of the systems
Disdvantages
novel technology and therefore not fully developed yet
physical effects become more dominant and make LOC systems behave differently
detection principles may not always scale down in a positive way, leading to low signal to noise ratios
"Lab on a Chip"
"Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems"
"Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering"

External links
Journals
(2004) Geschke, Klank & Telleman, eds.: Microsystem Engineering of Lab-on-a-chip Devices
(2009) Herold, KE; Rasooly, A (eds) (2009). Lab-on-a-Chip Technology: Fabrication and Microfluidics
Books
Work Steps
1. Coating the substrate surface of the liquid photoresist using the device for a Spin-Coater
2. Heating the resist layer at a temperature of 100 within 5 minutes
3. The application of the stamp (mask)
4. Channel formation on the surface of the layer of photoresist by illumination with UV light for 6 minutes
5. The removal of the non-illuminated parts of the resist with a solvent for 2 min
6. Applying a layer of PDMS(PDMS)* on the glass with the channel ;
7. The PDMS polymerization at 100 ° C for 7 minutes;
8. Cleaning the surface of the polymer and the creation of technological holes.
9. Cleaning the new glass and polymer in a Plasma Cleaner device;
10. Bonding of the polymer with the channel on the glass.
Thank you for your attention!
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