Congealing useful oddballs

9:21am, January 25, 2005

Many microsystems manipulate tiny quantities of liquid to conduct chemical reactions or biomedical investigations. In a new twist on such technology, engineers at North Carolina State University in Raleigh have adapted a microfluidics device to fabricate tiny, solid balls of various patterns that could serve in applications ranging from drug delivery to electronic displays.

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