The Morgridge Institute Medical Engineering team, responding to
increased UW-Madison demand for microfluidics resources, has launched a
new microfluidics foundry to build customized tools that bring biology
down to the smallest possible scale. The Advanced Fabrication Laboratory
has a suite of new machines that can mold, emboss and etch polymer
micro-channels and create the precise surface properties required in
microfluidics devices.

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