We propose a research project that explores lab-on-chip microfluidic technology for transformative gains in wet-chemistry handling for environmental DNA samplers applied to the aquaculture space. We anticipate that our lab-on-chip sampler will reduce instrument size and cost, while improving sample integrity through automation and fluidic integration. We believe that such an eDNA sampler would find broad applicability beyond our initial use case of aquaculture.
Vincent Sieben;Jean-Francois Bousquet
Mohammed Al Shakhs;Mohammed Al Shakhs
Dartmouth Ocean Technologies Inc.
Engineering - computer / electrical
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