Microcantilever Technology Springs Back to Life

Almost two years after the investors in Sarcon Microsystems pulled the plug, uncooled microcantilever technology is again attracting attention. Multispectral Imaging Inc. (MII) has just negotiated an exclusive worldwide license with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for its patents involving the use of microcantilever sensors for infrared imaging.|

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