Nature Methods has been around for a few years now but I always sort of forget about them for some reason. Well, luckily I read what Google tells me to and not what my lousy memory tells me to.
So I was pleasantly surprised to read this feature story by Nature Method's technology editor, Nathan Blow. Dr. Blow presents a lovely and easy to read overview of what he calls "The great divide" between the intricate and sophisticated microfluidic devices that are created in laboratories and the small number of commercially available products.
The piece really speaks for itself and the community, so there's not much to add, except it's good to see that this great divide is narrowing a bit.