Research in the Maryland MEMS & Microfluidics Laboratory (MML) spans
a range of microscale and nanoscale technologies including
tools for high throughput biomarker discovery and analysis,
low-cost microfluidic diagnostics for world health,
interfaces coupling microfluidics to mass spectrometry,
microscale platforms for probing lipid membranes and ion channels,
and new polymer micro/nanofluidic fabrication technologies.
MML researchers also develop silicon and piezoelectric MEMS technologies for
novel analytical and microactuation platforms.
Microfabrication is performed using dedicated facilities in the
MML cleanroom, and in the multiuser
located in the Kim Engineering Bldg.
Prof. Don DeVoe