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The concept of self-assembly of a two-dimensional (2D) template to a three-dimensional (3D) structure has been suggested as a strategy to enable highly parallel fabrication of complex, patterned microstructures. We have previously studied the surface tension based self-assembly of patterned, microscale polyhedral containers (cubes, square pyramids and tetrahedral frusta). In this paper, we describe the observed hierarchical self-assembly of more complex, patterned polyhedral containers in thedoi:10.1088/0960-1317/19/7/075012 pmid:20161118 pmcid:PMC2740998 fatcat:maftq5dxwjbgvhwe2rbyewg6bi