DFA publishes in "Biosensors and Bioelectronics"

...we set out to create a new type of diagnostic: a credit-card size, single-use, stand-alone device that integrates the inherent simplicity of lateral flow assays...and the communication and tracking of results enabled by cellular connectivity.
— Lee et. al.

The article, entitled "Flexible opto-electronics enabled microfluidics systems with cloud connectivity for point-of-care micronutrient analysis", focusing on our micro nutrient project and capitalizing on the popular concept of telemedicine. 



Read the full article online in "Biosensors".