Princeton University have developed a new method of producing materials with
micron and submicron patterns. Such materials are important in numerous
applications, including photonic materials, high-density magnetic data storage
devices, microchip reactors, and biosensors. Princeton is currently seeking
industrial collaborators to commercialize this technology.
The Princeton method
combines the well-known photochemical sensitivity of semiconductors with
electrical-field-induced assembly to create ordered arrays of colloidal
particles with tunable patterns.
Patent protection is
pending.For more information please
William H. Gowen
Office of Technology Licensing and Intellectual
New South Building
Princeton, NJ 08544-0036
(609) 258-1159 fax