Cullen Buie's new microfluidic device allows scientists to quickly extract DNA for use in genetic engineering.
In search of the ideal bacteria for use in a microbial fuel cell (MFC), MIT Associate Professor Cullen Buie researches a novel method to quickly sort and identify the various strains.
Associate Professor Cullen Buie has developed a microfluidic process that identifies electricity-producing bacteria. The technique could be used in power generation or environmental cleanup.
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