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Guijt, RM, Hilder, EF and Breadmore, MC 2005 , 'μTAS @ UTAS' , Chemistry in Australia, vol. 2005, no. June , pp. 22-25 .

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At the University of Tasmania (UTAS), around $1 000 000 has been invested in the construction
of a cleanroom facility for the fabrication of miniaturised total analysis systems
(μTAS), or so-called ‘lab-on-a-chip’ devices and subsequent research activities. This exiting,
multidisciplinary research area aims at the development of chip-based, fast and efficient
portable analytical systems. The authors are part of a dynamic and diverse research team,
which, together with Prof. Paul Haddad and Dr Mirek Macka, aims to build up μTAS
research in Tasmania, and to position Australia in the international μTAS community.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Guijt, RM and Hilder, EF and Breadmore, MC
Journal or Publication Title: Chemistry in Australia
ISSN: 0314-4240
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