One scientist turns up the volume on cellular chatter.
By Sam Jaffe
Posted 09.03.2004 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
Walk into Jim Gimzewski´s UCLA laboratory, and the first thing you´ll notice is the music thumping out of the speakers. It´s a New Age?y, rustling kind of melody punctuated by a rhythmic drumbeat. You can´t quite dance to it, but it has its own hypnotic allure. The musician?
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