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About the Fluidics Group

The groups key objectives are to foster and organise the cross-disciplinary research at Warwick at the Physics/Life Science/Clinical interface, centred on the use of soft matter tools and techniques, chiefly microfluidics.

Warwick researchers from Physics, WMG, Life Sciences and the Medical School are collaborating to create flexible bespoke microfluidic solutions to scientific questions but in life sciences and biomedicine. Projects on a microfluidic platforms to study ageing in yeast, C. elegans physiology, or developing new devices for chronotherapy just to name a few.

In addition, we aim to supply the student population with opportunities to discover the potential of microfluidics by conducting self-directed projects.