From June through August, a group of 18 students from Laney College participated in a program for specialized training in medical device technology. Taught by UC Berkeley project scientist Dr. Seung-min Park, a member of Professor Luke Lee’s laboratory, students learned the basics of design, fabrication and applications of microfabrication technology through hands-on training at UC Berkeley’s teaching laboratory in the Department Bioengineering and the Biomolecular Nanotechnology Center.
The students designed a microfluidic platform in the shape of the new bay bridge to celebrate the grand opening of the new bay bridge. The bridge was designed in CAD software, then fabricated from soft lithographic structures.
Great job Laney and Lee Lab!