Nanoscale gap allows for a huge array of detection in the body

Nanoscale gap allows for a huge array of detection in the body

On the right, the nanoscale gap that allows the Lilliputian chip to collect high-resolution signals from the broad array of sound and motion sources on the left. Credit: Georgia Tech / Ayazi lab

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  • Created By: Ben Brumfield
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  • Created On: Apr 15, 2020 - 5:40pm
  • Last Updated: Apr 15, 2020 - 5:40pm