In their HOT Nanoscale feature article, scientists from Taiwan and the USA discuss the potential applications of optofluidics – where optics and microfluidics are integrated – in some of the greatest challenges of the 21st century: healthcare, food shortages, malnutrition, water purification, and energy.
Their review highlights current progress in optofluidic techniques and their potential to provide low-cost solutions to these problems.
Read this exciting Nanoscale Feature article today:
Optofluidic opportunities in global health, food, water and energy
Yih-Fan Chen , Li Jiang , Matthew Mancuso , Aadhar Jain , Vlad Oncescu and David Erickson