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October 28th, 2003
Team from Cornell, including two grad students, wins international prize
Two Cornell University graduate students and a researcher have won a top prize in the 2003 Collegiate Inventors Competition for building an utlra-small electronic generator. "The research of this winning team represents a novel device concept utilizing the physical properties of materials at the nanoscale," said Harold Craighead, Cornell professor.
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