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Version one started at CERN (CH) late night at the Biofabbing Convergence (May 2017), then continued at the Co-Lab Microfluidics Workshop Featuring Digital Microfluidics and Cell Squeezers! by the [http://openscienceschool.org/ Open Science School] at [https://cri-paris.org/ CRI in Paris] (FR).  
 
Version one started at CERN (CH) late night at the Biofabbing Convergence (May 2017), then continued at the Co-Lab Microfluidics Workshop Featuring Digital Microfluidics and Cell Squeezers! by the [http://openscienceschool.org/ Open Science School] at [https://cri-paris.org/ CRI in Paris] (FR).  
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Revision as of 17:47, 18 July 2017

Biofabbing organs.jpg

Started at Biofabbing Convergence Fabrications & Fabulations at CERN in 2017,
the future of trans organs on a chip is coming to a space near you.

Inspiration

The Trans Organs on a Chip is a project within BIO-reSEARCH, the Pechblenda tentacles, mixed with AnarchaGland & GynePUNK biolabs.

Microfluidics?
The inspiration came from this paper A microfluidic culture model of the human reproductive tract and 28-day menstrual cycle by Xia et al, 2017 published in Nature Communications (doi:10.1038/ncomms14584).

Biofabbing figure from paper.jpg

Version one started at CERN (CH) late night at the Biofabbing Convergence (May 2017), then continued at the Co-Lab Microfluidics Workshop Featuring Digital Microfluidics and Cell Squeezers! by the Open Science School at CRI in Paris (FR). Co-lab microfluidics.jpg Co-lab microfluidics official.jpg