Every participants will build their own microfluidic chip to take home. We plan a two-hour workshop. The first hour is a crash course on microfluidics, while the second hour involves hands-on involvement from the participants. We encourage creativity and each participant is welcome to develop their own application on the chip they built.
This session is part of the re:health track, which is powered by BARMER.
The number of participants for the workshop is limited to 15. There is a sign up sheet available at the Makerspace - first come first serve.