PETL microfluidics on the FLY

Our first publication with the Zartman Lab in the Department of Chemical an Biomolecular Engineering at the U of Notre Dame! Kudos to Megan Levis in the Zartman Lab for all the hard work. We designed devices to create gradients for cell culture, spatial localization of soluble stimuli for micro-organs and even a compressor device for mechanobiology studies : )

All of these, of course, on PETLs ready for imaging in their confocal microscope. Stay tuned for our second publication with the awesome guys at ND.