Microfluidic LEGOs for scientific research


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/01/31/microfluidic-legos-for-scienti.html


#2

Now that’s the way to Lego!

I started a fire once by wiring Legos for light when I was a kid. Now there’s probably a kit for that.


#3

I remember once struggling to build a “flow cell”: a little wire loop that would hold a flowing, stable film of fluid in place to be illuminated by a laser. What a mess that was. (In the end it was decided that just using a stationary sample would be fine.)

I hope these folks aren’t working with something that readily dissolves ABS plastic.


#4

https://shop.lego.com/en-US/LEGO-Power-Functions-Light-8870

https://brickset.com/sets/tag-Light-Brick


#5

If this works reliable it’s absolutely brilliant.


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