|Organization Name||Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF)|
|Institutional ID Number||P110192US02|
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The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) is seeking commercial partners interested in developing methods that use solvent annealing for the directed assembly of block copolymers on patterned substrates for use in microelectronics.
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|Detailed Technology Description||
Devices in fields including electronics, photonics and biological engineering utilize 2-D and 3-D nanostructures. Traditional patterning methods such as photolithography and electron beam lithography have been adequate for fabricating these structures from block copolymer assemblies; however, these methods are limited in the features that can be formed and in the fabrication of 3-D structures as the microelectronics industry expands and the demand for smaller devices increases. A new method for forming nanoscale structures via block copolymer assemblies is needed.
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