New paper on the BZ reaction in droplets

I’m digging into a a review of the Belousov–Zhabotinsky reaction in microfluidic doplets. Inside the droplets, various labs lab saw micro-oscillators as the BZ reaction proceeded. What was even more cool was that the reaction communicated among the droplets. As one droplet would react, it would affect the timing of the neighboring systems. I’m impressed with the variety of methods by which people have looked at tehis system. I wonder if my acrylic microfluidics will have some advantages for this kind of reaction?