Lab-on-a-Chip

Lab-on-a-Chip

 

The Lab-on-a-Chip strategic research field devises technology-based solutions for problems concerning analysis and synthesis in the fields of biomedicine, environment, and energy. Analysis of real-world samples typically calls for laborious and time consuming sample preparation prior to analyte detection. Many sample preparation schemes have been established for conventional laboratory analysis but few have been transferred to the emerging field of miniaturised chip devices. The Lab-on-a-Chip field has a strategic aim of on-chip integration of the detection system as well as most or all sample preparation to produce autonomous, reliable, self-contained, and cost-efficient devices.

  • - On chip sample preparation . 

    - Chip-based cell culture for better cancer vaccines.

    - Start-up company revolutionises fluid characterisation.

    - 3D carbon scaffolds for stem cell differentiation.

Contact

Jenny Emnéus
Professor
DTU Nanotech
+45 45 25 68 67
Niels Bent Larsen
Professor
DTU Nanotech
+45 45 25 81 61