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Atomic-scale Precision for "Nano-positioners"

Purdue Assistant Professor Jason Vaughn Clark has designed a tiny motorized positioning device that has twice the dexterity of similar devices. The innovation could allow sensors to work faster and at higher resolution and would be small enough to fit on a microchip.

Read more at Small Times.


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