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Oriented to general engineering and science students. Topics included are: 1) microfabrication of silicon, glass, and polymer materials; 2) microfluidics and electrokinetics; 3) sensors, actuators, and drug-delivery systems; 4) micro total-analysis systems and lab-on-a-chip devices; 5) detection and measuring systems; 6) genomics, proteomics, DNA, and protein microarrays; 7) emerging applications in medicine, research, and homeland security; 8) packaging, power systems, data communication, and RF safety; and 9) biocompatibility and standards. Recommended for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in bioengineering, electrical engineering, chemistry, and health-related fields including biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, physiology, and genetics. Enrollment restricted to graduate students, or by permission of the instructor. J. Kubby
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