Thanks to all of you who voted for our article!
Our FluoPi imaging station won the PLOS Channels Anniversary Prize: https://twitter.com/PLOS
PLOS Open Source Toolkit Channel Prize 2018.
The Channel Editors have nominated 4 of their top Editor’s Picks since the launch of the channel a year ago and you now have the opportunity to vote for your favourite paper. The winning authors will receive a US$500 prize.
The shortlisted papers were:
1. Lake et al: Low-cost feedback-controlled syringe pressure pumps for microfluidics applications
2. Nuñez et al: Low cost and open source multi-fluorescence imaging system for teaching and research in biology and bioengineering
3. McKenzie & Grover: A microfluidic thermometer: Precise temperature measurements in microliter- and nanoliter-scale volumes
4. Pavlosky et al: Validation of an effective, low cost, Free/open access 3D-printed stethoscope
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