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October 4th, 2004
A Symphony Beneath Your Skin?
Walk into Jim Gimzewski’s UCLA laboratory, and the first thing you’ll notice is the music thumping out of the speakers. It’s a New Age'y, rustling kind of melody punctuated by a rhythmic drumbeat.
Jim Gimzewski, Pico Lab
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