In reply to  Jack Cole's message:

>I found a link to the full paper.  Maybe that will help us understand more..

Another case of researchers not doing their homework. The discovery of 
nanodrumming goes back to 2008

One would think that the authors of the latest paper would have done a minimal 
online search and given credit to Cal Tech. After all, this phenomenon has been 
known for at least 9 years.

That is what graduate assistants are for, right?

I suppose that in defense of the overlooked precedent, they will rationalize 
that the Cal Tech group “merely” documented the phenomenon (discovered it) and 
did not convert the free vibrational energy into usable electricity… but as 
Robin suggests, it is not clear that they did either.

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