- n. the manipulation of objects too small to be seen with the unaided eye
“The power of the method is demonstrated for the field of micromanipulation, which is very sensitive to wavefront distortions.”
“Of these they managed to successfully fertilize 6, using a micromanipulation technique called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).”
“In this slide, you can see there a lot of procedures in micromanipulation.”
“They're still better at micromanipulation than any human.”
“Light can indeed pull a particle," the authors wrote, "...and this may open up new avenues for optical micromanipulation, of which typical examples include transporting a particle backward over a long distance and particle sorting.”
“This opens up new perspectives for optical micromanipulation in colloidal and biological physics and may be useful for various forms of advanced imaging.”
“Such aberrations are severely detrimental to optimal performance in imaging, nanosurgery, nanofabrication and micromanipulation, as well as other techniques within modern microscopy.”
“But we believe that this technique will be useful for micromanipulation of submillimeter objects or operating the movable parts of microfluidic devices.”
“The PI's laboratory is fully equipped for the entire process of generating new mouse models, including ES cell culturing and embryo micromanipulation.”
“Material is also presented discussing micro-textured engineered surfaces, high-performance AFM probe-based, micro-grooving processes, fabrication with metals and polymers in bio-micromanipulation and microfluidic applications.”
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