MEMS Create Microfluidic Devices – Sensera

WOBURN, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sensera Inc., a leading provider of MEMS devices, is adapting its technology for new applications in bioengineering. The company‚Äôs MEMS, or MicroElectroMechanical Systems, technology is now being used at Harvard University in the creation of microfluidic devices, which mimic the functions of living human organs, including the lung, intestine, kidney, skin, bone marrow … Continue reading MEMS Create Microfluidic Devices – Sensera