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Contact: Emil Venere
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Purdue University

First Generation, Self-Calibratable MEMS

Caption: This image depicts a device that enables tiny micro electromechanical systems to "self-calibrate," an advance that could make possible super-accurate sensors, a "nose-on-a-chip" for law enforcement and a new class of laboratory tools for specialists working in nanotechnology and biotechnology.

Credit: Jason Vaughn Clark, Purdue University Birck Nanotechnology Center

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