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Steven L Goodman, Paul Campagnola: Free-form fabricaton using multi-photon excitation. The University of Connecticut, Cantor Colburn, November 13, 2001: US06316153 (163 worldwide citation)

A method wherein small, two- or three- dimensional structures are formed by multiple-photon-absorbed photopolymerization and/or cross-linking of a precursor composition. Use of multi-photon excitation allows fabrication of structures and structural features having at least one dimension of less than ...


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Steven L Goodman, Paul Campagnola: Free-form fabrication using multi-photon excitation. The University of Connecticut, Cantor & Colburn, March 30, 2004: US06713772 (36 worldwide citation)

A method wherein small, two- or three-dimensional structures are formed by multiple-photon-absorbed photopolymerization and/or cross-linking of a precursor composition. Use of multi-photon excitation allows fabrication of structures and structural features having at least one dimension of less than ...


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Steven L Goodman, Robert E Vogt: Machine for ultrasonic bonding. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Jeffrey B Curtin, January 7, 1997: US05591298 (28 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) of the type for laminating two elastomeric fibrous web materials (14,16) together by ultrasonic bonding includes a continuously moving web transport support (12) for transporting at least two overlaid webs (14,16) through the apparatus (10). An ultrasonic horn (18) transmits ultras ...


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Thomas F Kelly, Richard L Martens, Steven L Goodman: Methods of sampling specimens for microanalysis. Imago Scientific Instruments, Craig A Fieschko Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, June 10, 2003: US06576900 (26 worldwide citation)

Methods of sampling specimens for microanalysis, particularly microanalysis by atom probe microscopy, include steps of forming a study specimen in a first study object (as by use of focused ion beam milling); removing the study specimen from the study object; situating the study specimen on a second ...


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Steven L Goodman: System and methods for preparing microscopy samples. Microscopy Innovations, Alan R Stewart, Godfrey & Kahn S C, February 16, 2010: US07663101 (10 worldwide citation)

A device, method and system for preparing and storing samples for microscopic analysis is disclosed. The device provides a reservoir that can be attached to a displacement pipette thereby filling the reservoir with reagents desired for preparing the samples for microscopic analysis. In some embodime ...


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Steven L Goodman: Adhesive-less microtome boat. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Quarles & Brady, September 3, 1996: US05551326 (9 worldwide citation)

A boat for use with microtomes eliminates the needs for adhesives and provides reusability by use of an elastomeric gasket compressed between contacting surfaces of the knife and boat. The compression is provided by a clamping action of components of the boat for ultramicrotome applications or in th ...


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Thomas F Kelly, Richard L Martens, Steven L Goodman: Methods of sampling specimens for microanalysis. Imago Scientific Instruments, Craig A Fieschko Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, March 2, 2004: US06700121 (8 worldwide citation)

Methods of sampling specimens for microanalysis, particularly microanalysis by atom probe microscopy, include steps of forming a study specimen in a first study object (as by use of focused ion beam milling); removing the study specimen from the study object; situating the study specimen on a second ...


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Steven L Goodman: Device for preparing microscopy samples. Microscopy Innovations, Alan R Stewart, Godfrey & Kahn S C, June 9, 2009: US07544953 (8 worldwide citation)

A device, method and system for preparing and storing samples for microscopic analysis is disclosed. The device provides a reservoir that can be attached to a displacement pipette thereby filling the reservoir with reagents desired for preparing the samples for microscopic analysis. In some embodime ...


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Steven L Goodman, Ralph M Albrecht: Biotextured surfaces. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Quarles & Brady, January 10, 1995: US05380589 (7 worldwide citation)

Synthetic biotextured surfaces and methods to produce the surface are disclosed. The surfaces mimic the topography of a surface of a naturally occurring sub-endothelial or sub-epithelial extracellular matrix. This is achieved by removing a cell layer from the naturally occurring extracellular matrix ...


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Steven L Goodman, Jack LaSee, Mark T Nelson: Device for holding electron microscope grids and other materials. Microscopy Innovations, Cantor Colburn, August 13, 2013: US08507876 (3 worldwide citation)

A device for holding a specimen holder, the device including a body with a slot formed therein. The slot includes an interior for receiving the specimen holder which may be a flat disk with edges and a pair of opposing sides. The disk may be made of a resilient deformable material. The slot may be s ...