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The Fluigi Project consists of open source tools and open standards that are used for automating design of Microfluidic Chips.
MINT is standard being developed at CIDAR Lab that is used for specifying Microfluidic devices.
The Fluigi Core is set of tools and libraries that can give the user the ability to place and route Microfluidic Devices that follow the MINT standard for specifying netlists and designs.
Neptune is the application that ties together the various research projects under the Fluigi umbrella. It’s a part of the work being done as a part of the iGEM 2016 entry into the Hardware Track.
Vulcan introduces hardware primitives that enables biologists to perform complete biological protocols inside Microfluidics.
AID is a volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as education, livelihoods, natural resources including land, water and energy, agriculture, health, women's empowerment and social justice.
Team Indus is the only Indian Competitor in Google Lunar XPrize Competition. It is currently one of the finalists and the winner of two milestone prizes. Team Indus aims to launch a spacecraft and a rover to the Moon by 2018.
The Cross-disciplinary Integration of Design Automation Research (CIDAR) group at Boston University develop computational and experimental tools for synthetic biology. The research facilities include both a computational workspace in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering as well as experimental laboratory space in the Boston University Center of Synthetic Biology (CoSBI).