Microfluidic Devices: Development and Application

This collection highlights recent publications in Nature Communications on microfluidic advances: both technical improvements and those with exciting biological applications. We showcase the areas that we are keen to develop, including the current challenges faced, and the direction the field is moving in, with three perspectives on these topics.

Aedes aegypti mosquitoes blood feeding from small chips with thin PDMS membranes.


Microfluidic Device Development

Microfluidic Device Application