Fluidics

Fluidics is the application of flowing substances, such as liquids and gases, to system control and logic operations. Fluidics is analogous to electronics but uses flow and pressure instead of electrical charge. While slower, fluidics can operate in situations where electromagnetic interference prohibits the use of electronics.

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    Tissue-mimicking printed networks of droplets separated by lipid bilayers that can be functionalized with membrane proteins are able to spontaneously fold and transmit electrical currents along predefined paths.

    • Naside Gozde Durmus
    • , Savas Tasoglu
    •  & Utkan Demirci
    Nature Materials 12, 478-479