There's no feature from me in today's issue of Current Biology - slight hiccup but normal service resumes in two weeks time.
Instead, here is one in the latest issue of Chemistry & Industry, on some amazing things that are being done with microfluidics these days, from counting molecules to building soft robots:
Microfluidics for all
Chemistry & Industry 2017, vol 81, no 3, pp 22-25
SCI members and subscribers access via SCI
Wiley Online Library (paywalled)
(NB issue 3 is dated 18.4., as there are only 10 issues spread through the year)
sneak preview of the first page (from Wiley Online Library)