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November 17th, 2004
Cellular phones squeeze a microphone, transmitter and battery pack into a small package for convenience, but some problems must have small solutions as a necessity rather than a luxury.
Professors in Yale's Engineering and Physics Departments are tackling these problems by developing microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, to perform tasks where larger devices will not suffice.
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