I attended and gave a talk at the Cornell NanoScale Facility (CNF) Annual Meeting 2013 in Ithaca, NY. My presentation was entitled “A Hybrid Dielectrophoresis and Immunocapture Microfluidic System for Enhanced Rare Cancer Cell Capture” and I also presented a poster on the same work. I really enjoyed catching up with old colleagues and meeting new ones at the conference… and all the delicious free food was nice too!
The CNF Annual Meeting brings together researchers at Cornell and neighboring institutions to present the latest innovations in micro- and nanoscale technologies. This year’s featured keynote speaker was Prof. Robert Austin from Princeton, who gave a great talk entitled “All Features Great and Small.”