Issue 18 of Lab on a Chip is a special themed issue dedicated to Emerging Investigators in microfluidics guest-edited by Aaron Wheeler and Amy Herr.
The range of topics covered in this special issue of Lab on a Chip highlights the breadth of challenges currently being tackled by emerging investigators in the field. In the words of Guest Editor Amy Herr: “This issue paints a picture of the problems that the new generation of scientists in our field identifies as being important—and the broad impact their contributions are making across a wide range of disciplines”. Take a look now at this issue.
Here are a few highlights from the issue:
Precise control over the oxygen conditions within the Boyden chamber using a microfabricated insert
Shawn C. Oppegard, Alexander J. Blake, Justin C. Williams and David T. Eddington
Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 2366-2373, DOI: 10.1039/C004856A , Paper
An automated, high-throughput experimental system for induced charge electrokinetics
Andrew J. Pascall and Todd M. Squires
Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 2350-2357, DOI: 10.1039/C004926C , Paper
A microfluidic platform for probing small artery structure and function
Axel Günther, Sanjesh Yasotharan, Andrei Vagaon, Conrad Lochovsky, Sascha Pinto, Jingli Yang, Calvin Lau, Julia Voigtlaender-Bolz and Steffen-Sebastian Bolz
Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 2341-2349, DOI: 10.1039/C004675B , Paper