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Smart Stacking Lets Humans and Machines Work Together

News   Aug 19, 2019 | Original story from Georgia Tech

 
Smart Stacking Lets Humans and Machines Work Together

A single crystal sample is loaded onto the measurement stage of a modified atomic force microscope (i.e. piezoresponse force microscope). Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech

 
 
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