A small group of MIT students will build the world’s smallest electron device

The students are building a small, custom-made electron device with a chip that could be used to make electric cars.

Their work was published today in the journal Nature Communications.

MIT’s team of students created a device that can produce electricity by using a combination of a semiconductor and a magnetic field to create a tiny electrical field, which then allows the electron to move.

The team says that it can produce enough electricity to power an electric car, which would be an important step toward building more efficient, safer, and more environmentally-friendly vehicles.

The device, the team says, has a small diameter and a very high power density.

That makes it suitable for use in devices such as power meters, which need to measure the energy produced by an object or process.

The MIT team is working with two other teams at MIT and the University of Illinois, who are working on similar devices.

The devices are still in development, and they’re not ready for mass production, but they’re already doing a good job.

The researchers have already shown that they can generate enough power for a solar panel, and the next step is to increase the output of the device to produce more electricity.

It might not be enough to power the battery of a car, but it might be enough for a power meter.

The size of the devices is limited by the power they produce, so it’s hard to see how they could be made smaller.

But the team thinks they can get close, and it’s already possible to make a small battery for use as a solar charger.

It’s not clear how large the device would need to be to be a practical power source for the kind of devices we’re talking about here, but this would be a great start for developing more efficient power sources for batteries.

You can see the team’s paper in the Journal of Applied Physics.