Building Micro, Thinking Big
Creating devices for biological analysis and discovery
In labs at Harvard, Extension students learn to build microfluidic devices that facilitate biological study. Such miniaturized devices—essentially tiny, complex plumbing systems—have the potential to revolutionize many fields, including medicine, pharmaceuticals, and agriculture.
Study microfluidics at Harvard Extension School
- Check out the lab course: ENSC E-156 Microfluidics Applications for Biological Analysis and Discovery
- Prerequisite course: ENSC E-155 Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidics