Scientists use microfluidic device to track lipid buildup in algae

07/25/2014 | Chemistry World

A group of researchers at the University of Toronto has developed a microfluidic system that monitors lipid content in algae. Using the device, the scientists discovered that lipid production increased by up to four times when the algae is exposed to alternating blue and yellow lights.

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