Stan M. Davis

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Whereas considerable interest exists in self-assembly of well-ordered, porous "inverse opal" structures for optical, electronic, and (bio)chemical applications, uncontrolled defect formation has limited the scale-up and practicality of such approaches. Here we demonstrate a new method for assembling highly ordered, crack-free inverse opal films over a(More)
Introduction: The Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) extended mission began 1 February 2001. A second extension authorized operations through 1 October 2004. A 3rd extension, through December 2006, is being considered. The Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) has acquired more than 165,000 narrow angle (NA) and wide angle (WA) images over a period spanning > 3 Mars years.(More)
In situ simulations allow healthcare teams to practice teamwork and communication as well as clinical management skills in a team's usual work setting with typically available resources and equipment. The purpose of this video is to demonstrate how to plan and conduct in situ simulation training sessions, with particular emphasis on how such training can be(More)
Whereas considerable interest exists in self-assembly of well-ordered, porous "inverse opal" structures for optical, electronic, and (bio)chemical applications, uncontrolled defect formation has limited the scale-up and practicality of such approaches. Here we demonstrate a new method for assembling highly ordered, crack-free inverse opal films over a(More)
Colloidal self-assembly holds promise for photonic applications as a solution-based, low-cost alternative to top-down photolithography, if significant control of uniformity and defects can be achieved. Herein we demonstrate a new evaporative co-assembly method for highly-uniform inverse opal thin films that involves the self-assembly of polymer colloids in(More)
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