To better grok how all 37 trillion human cells work, we need new tools

At Ars Technica Live, Aaron Streets discussed the ways he's using microfluidics to advance cellular biology. (video link)

In recent decades, one of the largest-scale government-funded science research projects was the Human Genome Project, an effort to map the entire genetic blueprint of our species.

Since 2016, a new version of that herculean effort is underway, known as the Human Cell Atlas.

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