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February 21st, 2003

Tiny Battery May Power Next-Gen Gadgets

Abstract:
A radical new design that promises to revamp and rewire a decades-old staple of electronics -- the battery -- may also be the elusive blueprint for powering so-called "micro-electromechanical systems," or MEMS, futuristic devices no wider than a human hair.

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