Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Technology

Microfluidic Device for Drug Delivery

Oral ingestion of pharmaceuticals is considered the safest, most convenient and most economical method of administering drugs. However, many pharmaceuticals cannot be delivered orally because they are...
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David Beebe, Michael MacDonald, David Eddington, Glennys Mensing | P04240US

Technology

Method and Structure for Microfluidic Flow Guiding

Microfluidic devices are miniature systems that pump, mix, monitor and control small quantities of liquids. These systems have a number of applications, including painless drug delivery and analysis o...
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David Beebe, Jeffrey Moore, Bin Zhao | P01118US

Technology

Variable-Focus Lens Assembly

One component of lab-on-a-chip technology is on-chip microlenses for optical analysis. Prior investigators have demonstrated tiny optical lenses with variable focal lengths. These lenses use specializ...
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Hongrui Jiang, Abhishek Agarwal, Liang Dong, David Beebe | P05131US

Technology

Microfluidic System for High Throughput Screening

Most high throughput screening (HTS) for new chemicals is done in microtiter well plates. Reagents for HTS can be very expensive, making miniaturization of the plates desirable. Microfluidics is an al...
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David Beebe, Ivar Meyvantsson | P05284US

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