14 February 2009 Dynamic high-resolution patterning for biomedical, materials, and semiconductor research
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By combining unique light sources, a Texas Instruments DLP system and a microscope, a submicron dynamic patterning system has been created. This system has a resolution of 0.5 microns, and can illuminate with rapidly changing patterns of visible, UV or pulsed laser light. This system has been used to create digital masks for the production of micron scale electronic test circuits and has been used in biological applications. Specifically we have directed light on a sub-organelle scale to cells to control their morphology and motility with applications to tissue engineering, cell biology, drug discovery and neurology.
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Harold R. Garner, Harold R. Garner, Amruta Joshi, Amruta Joshi, Sandhya N. Mitnala, Sandhya N. Mitnala, Michael L. Huebschman, Michael L. Huebschman, Surya Shandy, Surya Shandy, Brandi Wallek, Brandi Wallek, Season Wong, Season Wong, } "Dynamic high-resolution patterning for biomedical, materials, and semiconductor research", Proc. SPIE 7210, Emerging Digital Micromirror Device Based Systems and Applications, 721002 (14 February 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.809122; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.809122
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