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DNA Origami Design: A How-To Tutorial

Jacob M. Majikes, James A. Liddle
While the design and assembly of DNA origami are straightforward, its relative novelty as a nanofabrication technique means that the tools and methods for

Revealing thermodynamics of DNA origami folding via affine transformations

Jacob M. Majikes, Paul N. Patrone, Daniel R. Schiffels, Michael P. Zwolak, Anthony J. Kearsley, Samuel P. Forry, James A. Liddle
Structural DNA nanotechnology, as exemplified by DNA origami, has enabled the design and construction of molecularly precise objects for a myriad of

Low-temperature growth of carbon nanotubes catalyzed by sodium-based ingredients

Renu Sharma, Richard Li, Erica F. Antunes, Estekke Cohen, Akira Kudo, Luiz Acauan, Wei-Chang D. Yang, Chih-Ming Wang, Kehang Cui, Andrew Liotta, Ananth G. Rajan, Jules Gardner, David C. Bell, Michael S. Strano, James A. Liddle, Brian L. Wardle
Nanoparticle-catalytic synthesis of carbon nanostructures is an attractive route for producing 1-dimensional carbon nanomaterials, such as carbon nanotubes1

Research Update: Electron beam-based metrology after CMOS

James A. Liddle, Brian D. Hoskins, Andras Vladar, John S. Villarrubia
The strengths of and challenges facing electron-based metrology for post-CMOS technology are reviewed. Directed self-assembly, nanophotonics/plasmonics, and

Subnanometer localization accuracy in widefield optical microscopy

Craig R. Copeland, Jon C. Geist, Craig D. McGray, Vladimir A. Aksyuk, James A. Liddle, Bojan R. Ilic, Samuel M. Stavis
The common assumption that precision is the limit of accuracy in localization microscopy and the typical absence of comprehensive calibration of optical

Aperture Arrays for Subnanometer Calibration of Optical Microscopes

Craig R. Copeland, Craig D. McGray, Jon C. Geist, James A. Liddle, Bojan R. Ilic, Samuel M. Stavis
We fabricate and test subresolution aperture arrays as calibration devices for optical localization microscopy. An array pitch with a relative uncertainty of

Nanolithography Toolbox


Bojan R. Ilic, Krishna Coimbatore Balram, Daron A. Westly, Marcelo I. Davanco, Karen E. Grutter, Qing Li, Thomas Michels, Christopher H. Ray, Liya Yu, Neal A. Bertrand, Samuel M. Stavis, Vladimir A. Aksyuk, James A. Liddle, Brian A. Bryce, Nicolae Lobontiu, Yuxiang Liu, Meredith Metzler, Gerald Lopez, David Czaplewski, Leonidas Ocola, Pavel Neuzil, Vojtech Svatos, Slava Krylov, Christopher B. Wallin, Ian J. Gilbert, Kristen A. Dill, Richard J. Kasica, Kartik A. Srinivasan, Gregory Simelgor, Juraj Topolancik

The Nanolithography Toolbox


Krishna Coimbatore Balram, Daron A. Westly, Marcelo I. Davanco, Karen E. Grutter, Qing Li, Thomas Michels, Christopher H. Ray, Richard J. Kasica, Christopher B. Wallin, Ian J. Gilbert, Brian A. Bryce, Gregory Simelgor, Juraj Topolancik, Nicolae Lobontiu, Yuxiang Liu, Pavel Neuzil, Vojtech Svatos, Kristen A. Dill, Neal A. Bertrand, Meredith Metzler, Gerald Lopez, David Czaplewski, Leonidas Ocola, Kartik A. Srinivasan, Samuel M. Stavis, Vladimir A. Aksyuk, James A. Liddle, Slava Krylov, Bojan R. Ilic

This article describes a platform-independent software package for scripted lithography pattern layout generation and complex processing. The Nanolithography

Giant surface conductivity enhancement in a carbon nanotube composite by ultraviolet light exposure

Christian J. Long, Nathan D. Orloff, Kevin A. Twedt, Thomas F. Lam, Luis Fernando Vargas Lara, Minhua Zhao, Bharath NMN Natarajan, Keana C. Scott, Eric Marksz, Tinh Nguyen, Jack F. Douglas, Jabez J. McClelland, Edward J. Garboczi, Jan Obrzut, James A. Liddle
Carbon nanotube composites are lightweight, multifunctional materials with readily adjustable mechanical and electrical properties—relevant to the aerospace

Cure temperature influences electrical properties via carbon nanotube-rich domain formation

Chelsea S. Davis, Nathan D. Orloff, Jeremiah W. Woodcock, Christian J. Long, Kevin A. Twedt, Bharath NMN Natarajan, Jonathan E. Seppala, Jabez J. McClelland, Jan Obrzut, James A. Liddle, Jeffrey W. Gilman
Carbon nanotube (CNT) nanocomposites are enticing materials that enable engineers to tailor structural and electrical properties for applications in the

Multiscale Metrologies for Process Optimization of Carbon Nanotube Polymer Composites

Bharath NMN Natarajan, Nathan D. Orloff, Rana NMN Ashkar, Sagar Doshi, Kevin A. Twedt, Ajay Krishnamurthy, Chelsea S. Davis, Aaron M. Forster, Erik Thostenson, Jan Obrzut, Renu Sharma, James A. Liddle
Carbon nanotube (CNT) polymer composites are materials with attractive multifunctional properties that are becoming used in a growing range of commercial

A trade-off between the mechanical strength and microwave electrical properties of functionalized and irradiated carbon nanotube sheets

Tiffany S. Williams, Nathan D. Orloff, James S. Baker, Sandi G. Miller, Bharath NMN Natarajan, Jan Obrzut, Linda S. McCorkle, Marisabel Lebron-Colon, James Gaier, Michael A. Meador, James A. Liddle
Carbon nanotube sheets are novel implementation of carbon nanotubes that enable the tailoring of electrical and mechanical properties for applications in the

Multifocus microscopy with precise color multi-phase diffractive optics applied in functional neuronal imaging

Sara Abrahamsson, Bojan R. Ilic, Jan Wisniewski, Brian Mehl, Liya Yu, Lei Chen, Marcelo I. Davanco, Laura Oudjedi, Jean Bernard Fiche, Bassam Hajj, Xin Jin, Joan Pulupa, Christine Cho, Mustafa Mir, Mohamed El Beheiry, Xavier Darzacq, Marcelo Nollmann, Maxime Dahan, Carl Wu, Timothee Lionnett, James A. Liddle, Cornelia Bargmann
Multifocus microscopy (MFM) allows high-resolution instantaneous three-dimensional (3D) imaging and has been applied to study biological specimens ranging from