We’ve just published another themed issue, this time looking at some of the exciting work from labs in the USA. The issue was partly inspired by the Wyss Institute Symposium on “Microfluidics and Medicine: Accelerating the Flow from Lab to the Clinic“, which focused on work in the microfluidics field that promises to have a transformative impact on medicine and clinical care.
Guest Editors Don Ingber and George Whitesides introduce the issue and discuss the impact of microfluidics on biological advances in their Editorial.
View the issue for HOT papers on high throughput drug screening, isolating rare circulating tumour cells, a microfluidic device that can screen whole worms and lots of organs on chips articles: brain slice on a chip and gut on a chip.
Remember, these articles are free to access for 4 weeks with an RSC Publishing account.