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MEMS Three-Axis Accelerometer
Vernier Alignment marks made of SU-8
Bacteria separation from blood using microfluidic DLD device
Device used to separate bacteria from blood using the deterministic lateral displacement (DLD) technique.
DLD is a mechanical sorting technique relying on the streamlines of a laminar flow between an array of posts.  Smaller particles will zig-zag between the posts, while larger particles get 'bumped' to the edge of the device.

Here this is used to separate bacteria from blood to provide a purer sample of bacterial RNA for rapid identification.
Microturbine using the airflow as levitation means in order to reduce bearing friction
Solenoid Microinductor chip positioned on a 5 pencie coin
Suspended MEMS inductors for wireless communications applications
Prototype of Micro-LED-Array packaging structure
SU-8 cavity surrounded by electrodes used for sub-micron alignment of optical fibres

... SU-8 cavity surrounded by electrodes used for sub-micron alignment of optical fibres.