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Photopolymerization has taken an increasing prominent role as a tool in providing unique properties for a wide array of advanced materials. The inherent spatial and temporal control allow great ability to tailor processing conditions and change ultimate properties. This talk will focus on two projects, including work from two Utah State alumni, in which photopolymerization enables directed structure both on the micron and nanometer size scale for unique functionality.
Utah State University
allan guymon, undergradute, seminar, biological, engineering
USU College of Engineering, "Dr. Allan Guymon Undergraduate Seminar | Biological Engineering" (2015). College of Engineering News. 16.