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High aspect ratio dense pattern-programmable nanostructures utilizing metal assisted chemical etching

SLAC researchers have discovered a method of creating arbitrarily patterned nanostructures while controlling the vertical etching direction to produce very high aspect ratio, dense features. Programmable patterns, not limited to but including linear struc...
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Novel Nanoparticle for multi-modality molecular imaging

Stanford researchers in the Gambhir Lab have disclosed a novel, triple modality nanoparticle that can be used to image tumors and which can be used for pre-operative planning and intra-operative resection. This triple modality nanoparticle can produce st...
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