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Two papers by Tae Kook Kim from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology "do not contain any scientific proof." An investigation into the papers, published in Science and Nature Chemical Biology, is on-going but Kim's company, CGK Co., has had difficulty getting the technology described in the papers, magnetism-based interaction capture, to work.

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