Micro-Lisa! Making a mark with novel nano-scale laser writing

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High-power lasers are often used to modify polymer surfaces to make high-tech biomedical products, electronics and data storage components. Now researchers have discovered a light-responsive, inexpensive sulfur-derived polymer is receptive to low power, visible light lasers — promising a more affordable and safer production method in nanotech, chemical science and patterning surfaces in biological applications.
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