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Cell culture hood
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Surface Plasma treatment for micorlfuidic device bonding
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SLA 3D Printer
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Cell Incubators
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Setup of Fluorescence microscope
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Setup of flow test using programmable syringe pump

Bio and Nanofluidics Laboratory

Equipment available in Dr. Liu's laboratory includes:

As a core faculty in Lehigh’s Bioengineering program, Dr. Liu’s group has access to Lehigh’s Bioengineering and Biology core facilities, which includes Veeco AFM, Zeiss LSM 510 META laser scanning confocal microscope, Olympus inverted fluorescence microscope, flow cytometer, Beckman ultra centrifugation, fluorometer and luminometer, probe sonicator, LVEM5 electron microscope, and cell culture facilities.

Cleanroom Facility

Dr. Liu’s group has access to Lehigh’s Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology as well as Lehigh’s Optical Center, which have a large range of state-of-the-art instruments and equipment for fabrication and characterization, maintained by dedicated staff. The ever increasing list of equipment includes AFM, electron microscopes, focused ion beam and e-beam writers, mask aligners, and standard silicon fabrication apparatus.

Computational Facility

The Liu’s group currently has one 12-proccessor, 3.33 GHz Dell Xeon workstation and three 4-proccessor, 3.2 GHz HP workstations. The computational-extensive modeling work are usually performed using the parallel computing clusters at the High Performance Computing center in Lehigh University. Dr. Liu’s group also has computer accounts with NSF Teragrid Supercomputers (SDSC Intel Itanium2 IA-64, and NCSA Xeon Linux Supercluster, PSC Altix Cluster).