Microfluidic Component Design Database
Microfluidics in Biology (MiB) Undergraduate Summer Program
We are seeking a diverse pool of talented undergraduate students interested in exploring the uses of microtechnology and miniaturization in cell biology, advanced diagnostics, and cellular engineering (See the for possible projects). Selected students will receive a stipend for the program duration (10 weeks) to conduct cutting-edge research under the supervision of a graduate student/postdoctoral scholar in the lab.
Interested parties should send an email to Professor Di Carlo and include their CV and research interests.
UCLA Henry Samueli High School Summer Research Program
Resources for Microfluidics Demonstrations in Primary Schools