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POWERPOINTS

These Powerpoint lectures are password-protected. If you do not have a username and password, please email me to request them. You need to be an instructor of an approved BioMEMS course to do so.

01

Lecture set #1. How do we make small things?​

These slides correspond to Chapter #1 in the textbook.

Addendum on 3D printing (electronically available only).

 

Erratum on Figure 1.12 caption. Where it says that "The structures are made of ceramics", it should read "The structures are made of a Nickel-Cobalt alloy. The devices were designed by Rich Chen, Pavel Lembrikov, Min-ting Wu, Adam Cohen, and Chris Folk." -- Thanks to Chris Folk!

 

02

Lecture set #2. Micropatterning of substrates and cells

 

These slides correspond to Chapter #2 in the textbook.

Erratum on p. 64, second par.: David Schmidtke's name is misspelled as "Schmitke".

03

Lecture set #3. Microfluidics

 

These slides correspond to Chapter #3 in the textbook.

Erratum on Shear Stress and Viscosity (pp. 100-107) -- Thanks to Cristina Fernandez!

Erratum on Surface Tension (p. 119) -- Thanks to Cristina Fernandez again!

Erratum on p. 271, text box: where it reads "W.R. Earl", it should say "W.R. Earle" -- Thanks to Ian Brown!

04

Lecture set #4. Molecular biology on a chip

These slides correspond to Chapter #4 in the textbook.

05

Lecture set #5. Cell-based chips for biotechnology

These slides correspond to Chapter #5 in the textbook.

06

Lecture set #6. BioMEMS for cell biology

These slides correspond to Chapter #6 in the textbook.

Erratum on Fig. 6.29: In the book, panel b reads "HeLa cell" where it should say "HL60 cell". The correct PPT slides have been re-uploaded.  -- Thanks to Ian Brown!

 

Erratum on p. 318, third par.: where it reads "Researchers at RIKEN [...] used a simple, two-inlet and one-outlet microfluidic device", it should say "[...] THREE-inlet and one-outlet microfluidic device".

07

Lecture set #7. Tissue microengineering

These slides correspond to Chapter #7 in the textbook.

08

Lecture set #8. Implantable microdevices

These slides correspond to Chapter #8 in the textbook.

 

Erratum on Figure 8.16 caption. Where it says that "The structures are made of ceramics", it should read "The structures are made of a Nickel-Cobalt alloy. The devices were designed by Rich Chen, Pavel Lembrikov, Min-ting Wu, Adam Cohen, and Chris Folk." -- Thanks to Chris Folk!

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