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March 1st, 2004

Two photons aid precise lithography

Abstract:
Shining lasers onto a resin slab that contains special organic dyes can produce 3D structures with sub-micrometre precision, according to researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology, US. The team says that the technique, known as two-photon 3D lithography, could provide a new way to make devices such as photonic bandgap structures, optical storage devices, photonic switches, sensors, micromachines and scaffolds for growing living tissue.

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