Chemistry professor Kim Frederick is perfecting "lab on a chip" technology for portable, affordable biomedical testing. This summer's student-faculty research in her lab included chemistry major (and former malaria patient) Meti Debula '16 and computer science major Julie Bryant '16. Here's a Creative Minute video on their work.
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