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December 10th, 2003
Nanoguitar May Fine-Tune Telecom
Saturday Night Live's "Tiny Elvis" may now have the perfect guitar, thanks to Cornell University researchers who have perfected the world's smallest version of this Rock and Roll essential. By playing the new, streamlined "nanoguitar," Cornell physicists are demonstrating how such devices could make electronic circuits smaller, cheaper and more energy-efficient.
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