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Biomechanical signal transduction: Cellular studies enabled by microstructures (Professor Hjalmar Brismar)

Period: 2005-01-01

In this project we develop techniques and methods for studies of cells in asymmetric environments, mimicking some of the features the living organism gives. We use a combination of live cell » more
Flow measurement in turbulent gas flows (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 1992-07-01

Fluid dynamics researchers have been using hotwire sensors for over a century for measuring airflow speeds with a very high resolution. However, when wanting to use this sensor close to a surface in » more
Gas microvalves (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 1996-01-01

Our research focuses on the development of low-cost microvalves for handling of large gas flows.

We studied the flow performance of the most common type of gas microvalves: seat valves. The » more
Interfacing microfluidic components (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Electronic nose systems perform a chemical analysis of the ambient conditions in the human world, and are used to detect gases, particles, vapours or sols. Analysis of these air-borne samples » more
Lab-on-a-chip components (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2002-01-01

An important trend in biotechnology, medicine and chemistry is the miniaturization of fluidic systems and the development of lab-on-a-chip systems. Our research focuses on the handling of liquid in » more
Microfluidic devices for cell analysis in 3D (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Living cells are very promising objects to study in order to learn more about illnesses and diseases. However, it is not easy to hold on to a cell in order to study it. Traditional methods include » more
Miniaturised fuel cells (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Fuel cells are electrochemical devices similar to batteries. In contrast to batteries, the reactants are continuously replenished, i.e., they produce electricity from an external fuel supply and are » more
Transdermal interfaces (Professor Göran Stemme)

The goal of this research project is to design, evaluate and investigate devices that circumvent the outermost skin layer (Stratum Corneum).

In this project we emphasize on a multidisciplinary » more


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