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  • noun A nanosized pillar, especially one that is a constituent of a metamaterial

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  • Dongchan, my amazing postdoc, was able to make individual 100-nanometer-diameter tensile metallic glass nanopillar samples, which no one had ever done before, and then used our custom-built in situ mechanical deformation instrument, SEMentor, to perform the experiments.

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  • The researchers found that the cell-capture yields for the UCLA nanopillar chip were significantly higher; the device captured 45 to 65 percent of the cancer cells in the medium, compared with only 4 to 14 percent for the flat device.

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  • To test cell-capture performance, researchers incubated the nanopillar chip in a culture medium with breast cancer cells.

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  • To test cell-capture performance, researchers incubated the nanopillar chip in a culture medium with breast cancer cells.

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  • The researchers found that the cell-capture yields for the UCLA nanopillar chip were significantly higher; the device captured 45 to 65 percent of the cancer cells in the medium, compared with only 4 to 14 percent for the flat device.

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  • Dongchan, my amazing postdoc, was able to make individual 100-nm-diameter tensile metallic glass nanopillar samples, which no one had ever done before, and then used our custom-built in situ mechanical deformation instrument, SEMentor, to perform the experiments.

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  • This microscope image shows the layers of a solar cell built on a nanopillar substrate.

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  • Dongchan, my amazing postdoc, was able to make individual 100-nanometer-diameter tensile metallic glass nanopillar samples, which no one had ever done before, and then used our custom-built in situ mechanical deformation instrument, SEMentor, to perform the experiments.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • This microscope image shows the layers of a solar cell built on a nanopillar substrate.

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  • The researchers found that the cell-capture yields for the UCLA nanopillar chip were significantly higher; the device captured 45 to 65 percent of the cancer cells in the medium, compared with only 4 to 14 percent for the flat device.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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