Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Technology

Nanoelectromechanical Switch in Co-Planar Waveguide

Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) have been used to create mechanical resonators for switching, filtering and other purposes in electrical systems. NEMS/ME...
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Robert Blick, Hua Qin, Hyun-Seok Kim | P07084US

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Microfluidic System for High Throughput Screening

Most high throughput screening (HTS) for new chemicals is done in microtiter well plates. Reagents for HTS can be very expensive, making miniaturization of the plates desirable. Microfluidics is an al...
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David Beebe, Ivar Meyvantsson | P05284US

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Modeless Wavelength-Agile Laser

Spectroscopic studies evaluate the response of a specimen to different colors of light. Lasers are normally used in spectroscopic studies; however, lasers typically operate in one or more cavity modes...
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Scott Sanders | P05034US

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Plastic Cantilevers for Atomic Force Microscopy

The atomic force microscope (AFM), one of many types of scanned-proximity probe microscopes, images a sample by lightly touching it with a probe tip attached to the end of an extremely flexible leaf s...
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Daniel van der Weide, Andrew Stevens, Charles Paulson | P04378US

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Multidimensional Spectrometer

Over the last eight years, academic researchers have been developing a new set of spectroscopic techniques that are multidimensional versions of visible and infrared spectroscopies, such as two-dimens...
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Martin Zanni, Niels Damrauer | P07420US

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