Paper on Toner-based Paper Fluidic Devices Published

James's paper on fabrication of paper-based analytical devices using a toner laser printer is published. This work is particularly important because the popular wax printer has been discontinued. As toner requires longer time for penetration than wax upon heating, we addressed the associated problem of cellulose pyrolysis. Congratulations!

Fabrication of paper microfluidic devices using a toner laser printer
RSC Adv., 2020,10, 29797-29807
James S. Ng and Michinao Hashimoto