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Direct-Write Laser Scanning Holography for Size-Scalable 3D Photonic Crystal Integrated Optofluidics

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Laser scanning of diffractive optical masks is developed towards flexible direct-writing of 3D photonic crystal and optofluidic structures for seamless and size-scalable integration into lab-on-a-chip devices with beam size as a processing dimension.

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