MIT's Martin Culpepper shows how to build simple machines that move with nanometer precision.
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How Apple's iPod stores and delivers digital music.
Charles Kettering's electric starter eliminated a major driving annoyance.
The young innovators selected for the TR100 in years past have are making an impact.
Tools and materials from the nano world are making headway in electronics, sensors, medical devices, and diagnostics
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