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April 20th, 2006

MEMS Clock Counts Minutes in Micrometers

Think your wristwatch is compact? Try beating this: Dr. Tim Dallas and his team of Texas Tech University nanotechnology students have created a clock so small that it can keep time on the head of a pin.


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