Low-cost microfluidic prototype resources and training for resource limited settings

Project Details


Adapt and update existing 3D printing methodology and open-source resources [1], and trial a training workshop for low-cost prototyping of microfluidic chips in DAC nations for applications in bacteria concentration and extraction from environmental or clinical samples for AMR testing. An initial feasibility training workshop will be codeveloped and run with collaborators in Thailand.
Effective start/end date1/07/2431/03/25


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