Hiroki Yasuga

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We introduce Synthetic Microfluidic Paper, a novel porous material for microfluidic applications that consists of an OSTE polymer that is photostructured in a well-controlled geometry of slanted and interlocked micropillars. We demonstrate the distinct benefits of Synthetic Microfluidic Paper over other porous microfluidic materials, such as nitrocellulose,(More)
We present a Rubbery, Off-Stoichiometric Thiol-Ene-epoxy (OSTE+) polymer for direct lithography manufacturing, demonstrate its use in pneumatic pinch microvalves for lab-on-chip applications, test the lithography process achieving pillars of aspect-ratios (a.r.) 1:8, and characterize it’s surface as hydrophilic.
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