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Phototactic Algae-Driven Unidirectional Transport of Submillimeter-Sized Cargo in a Microchannel.

The sensing and actuation capabilities of biological cells integrated with artificial components have been used to create autonomous microsystems. For creating autonomous microsystems, the unidirectional transport of a submillimeter-sized cargo with stimuli responsive bio-motors should be developed as a fundamental motion. This study aims to use as a light-controlled microrobot to achieve the unidirectional transport of a submillimeter-sized cargo. We show the fabrication of a guide structure, cargo, and l...

A PNA-based Lab-on-PCB diagnostic platform for rapid and high sensitivity DNA quantification.

We report the development of a Lab-on-PCB DNA diagnostic platform, exploiting peptide nucleic acid (PNA) sequences as probes. The study demonstrates the optimization and characterization of two commercial PCB manufacturing gold electroplating processes for biosensing applications. Using an optimized ratio of PNA with a spacer molecule (MCH), the lowest limit of detection (LoD) to date for PCB-based DNA biosensors of 57 fM is reported. The study also showcases a fully integrated Lab-on-PCB microsystem design...

Thermoelectric Performance of 2D Tellurium with Accumulation Contacts.

Tellurium (Te) is an intrinsically p-type doped narrow bandgap semiconductor with excellent electrical conductivity and low thermal conductivity. Bulk trigonal Te has been theoretically predicted and experimentally demonstrated to be an outstanding thermoelectric material with high value of thermoelectric figure-of-merit ZT. In view of the recent progress in developing synthesis route of two-dimensional (2D) tellurium thin films as well as the growing trend of exploiting nanostructures as thermoelectric dev...

Design of a multi-analyte resonant photonic platform for label-free biosensing.

We have designed a multi-analyte biosensing platform based on a hybrid whispering gallery mode resonator to detect protein biomarkers, e.g. those allowing the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. Our proposed biosensor dependent on the hybrid mode naturally extends the capabilities of both plasmonic sensor and photonic sensor and thus performs better interrogation sensitivity. A multi-resonance of the hybrid mode could occur and the field intensity achieved its maximum value, thereby enabling a very stro...

Design and Fabrication of Heterogeneous, Deformable Substrates for the Mechanically-Guided 3D Assembly.

Development of schemes to form complex three-dimensional (3D) mesostructures in functional materials is a topic of broad interest, thanks to the ubiquitous applications across a diversity of technologies. Recently established schemes in the mechanically-guided 3D assembly allows deterministic transformation of 2D structures into sophisticated 3D architectures by controlled compressive buckling resulted from strain release of pre-stretched elastomer substrates. Existing studies mostly exploited supporting su...

A nanoliter resolution implantable micropump for murine inner ear drug delivery.

Advances in protective and restorative biotherapies have created new opportunities to use site-directed, programmable drug delivery systems to treat auditory and vestibular disorders. Successful therapy development that leverages the transgenic, knock-in, and knock-out variants of mouse models of human disease requires advanced microsystems specifically designed to function with nanoliter precision and with system volumes suitable for implantation. Here we present results for a novel biocompatible, implanta...

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