Othermachine Co, the maker of the Othermill (a desktop CNC machine) featured the 2016 iGEM Hardware Project in one of their latest blog posts.

Here’s a small excerpt:

Boston University has long held a reputation as one of the most respected research institutes in the U.S. One branch of the intriguing work being done stems out of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s CIDAR (Cross-Disciplinary Integration of Design Automation Research) lab, which focuses on advancements in synthetic biology and microfluidics.

Read the full blog post on the Othermachine Co Blog:

http://blog.othermachine.co/neptune-custom-accessible-microfluidics