Tech ID 22-015 – Fabricating Microbridge Structures with Submicrometer Resolution

Zinc oxide (ZnO) nanowires (also called nanorods) have unique material properties and exceptional performance in electronics, optics, and photonics applications. Researchers are becoming more interested in them for potential applications in the area of environmental protection. Researchers at Saint Louis University have developed methods for fabricating microbridge structures with submicrometer resolution and synthesizing crystalline ZnO nanowires at predefined locations. OVPR Research Innovation Group (Office of Technology Management) otm@slu.edu 314-977-1219

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