At Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s High-Content Analysis conference last month, Nicholas Kotov, associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of Michigan, was the co-author on two posters describing a new approach for engineering three-dimensional scaffolds designed specifically for high-content screening.
 
The scaffolds are made using a 3D geometry called inverted colloidal crystals, comprised of empty spherical cavities arranged in an ordered hexagonal crystal lattice with interconnecting channels between the cavities.
 

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