"We are developing a first-of-its-kind 'lab on a chip' as well as associated handheld instrumentation to revolutionize the way military and civilian medics diagnose and treat traumatic brain injury."

– Dr. Chris Evans, VP of SFC Fluidics, discussing his company's $5 million contract from U.S. Army to develop a handheld device for rapid diagnosis of traumatic brain injury. The device is scheduled to begin clinical trials for FDA approval in the summer of 2013, "SFC Fluidics wins $5M contract to develop TBI diagnostic device," pp. 1, 5.