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Charles M Lieber, Thomas Rueckes, Ernesto Joselevich, Kevin Kim: Nanoscopic wire-based devices and arrays. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 24, 2004: US06781166 (212 worldwide citation)

Electrical devices comprised of nanoscopic wires are described, along with methods of their manufacture and use. The nanoscopic wires can be nanotubes, preferably single-walled carbon nanotubes. They can be arranged in crossbar arrays using chemically patterned surfaces for direction, via chemical v ...


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George M Whitesides, Amit Kumar: Kit For Microcontact Printing. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 17, 2004: US06776094 (193 worldwide citation)

Improved methods of forming a patterned self-assembled monolayer on a surface and derivative articles are provided. According to one method, an elastomeric stamp is deformed during and/or prior to using the stamp to print a self-assembled molecular monolayer on a surface. According to another method ...


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George Church, David W Deamer, Daniel Branton, Richard Baldarelli, John Kasianowicz: Characterization of individual polymer molecules based on monomer-interface interactions. President & Fellows of Harvard College, The Regents of the University of California, Fish & Richardson P C, August 18, 1998: US05795782 (176 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for characterizing a linear polymer molecule by measuring physical changes across an interface between two pools of media as the linear polymer traverses the interface and monomers of the polymer interact with the interface, where the physical changes are suitable to identify c ...


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Charles M Lieber, Hongkun Park, Qingqiao Wei, Yi Cui, Wenjie Liang: Nanosensors. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, October 31, 2006: US07129554 (153 worldwide citation)

Electrical devices comprised of nanoscopic wires are described, along with methods of their manufacture and use. The nanoscopic wires can be nanotubes, preferably single-walled carbon nanotubes. They can be arranged in crossbar arrays using chemically patterned surfaces for direction, via chemical v ...


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Simon Dove, J Keith Joung, Ann Hochschild: Intraction trap assay, reagents and uses thereof. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Matthew P Vincent, Beth E Foley Hoag & Eliot Arnold, July 20, 1999: US05925523 (121 worldwide citation)

The present invention makes available an interaction trap system (hereinafter "ITS") which is derived using recombinantly engineered prokaryotic cells.


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Janelle R Anderson, Oksana Cherniavskaya, Daniel T Chiu, Rebecca J Jackman, Cooper McDonald, George M Whitesides: Microfluidic systems including three-dimensionally arrayed channel networks. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, November 11, 2003: US06645432 (117 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides, in certain embodiments, improved microfluidic systems and methods for fabricating improved microfluidic systems, which contain one or more levels of microfluidic channels. The inventive methods can provide a convenient route to topologically complex and improved micro ...


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Charles M Lieber, Xiangfeng Duan, Yu Huang, Ritesh Agarwal: Nanoscale coherent optical components. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, August 7, 2007: US07254151 (95 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to nanotechnology and nanoelectronics as well as associated methods and devices. In particular, the invention relates to nanoscale optical components such as electroluminescence devices (e.g., LEDs), amplified stimulated emission devices (e.g., lasers), waveguides, a ...


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J Allan Hobson, Adam Mamelak, Rita Helfand, Peretz Lavie: Electronic sleep monitor headgear. President & Fellows of Harvard College, June 6, 1989: US04836219 (87 worldwide citation)

Electronic filters are applied to analog signals representative of eye movement and head movement, obtained from detectors attached to a simple headgear, to provide satisfactory information for automatically reporting an individual's sleep state. The filters determine whether there has been substant ...


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James Edward Carey III, Eric Mazur: Silicon-based visible and near-infrared optoelectric devices. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Thomas J Engellenner, Reza Mollaaghababa, Nutter McClennen & Fish, June 6, 2006: US07057256 (77 worldwide citation)

In one aspect, the present invention provides a silicon photodetector having a surface layer that is doped with sulfur inclusions with an average concentration in a range of about 0.5 atom percent to about 1.5 atom percent. The surface layer forms a diode junction with an underlying portion of the s ...


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George M Church, Martha L Bulyk: Surface-bound, bimolecular, double-stranded DNA arrays. Howard Hughes Medical Institute, President & Fellows of Harvard College, Banner & Witcoff, December 4, 2001: US06326489 (75 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an array of surface-bound, bimolecular, double-stranded, nucleic acid molecules, the array comprising a solid support, and a plurality of different double-stranded nucleic acid molecule members, a member comprising a first nucleic acid strand linked to the solid support and a ...



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