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August 4th, 2004

Twinkle, twinkle little star, how I wonder where you are

Abstract:
Recently, materials researchers at the University of California San Diego, working with micro- and nano-materials, developed a metamaterial that had a negative refractive index for microwaves, proving that negative phase materials could exist at least in the microwave part of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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