Nano art – Why would you make a 10nm toilet?

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There is certainly a lot of hype surrounding nanotechnology but most scientists involved in the field admit that we are still a long way from harnessing the full potential of this new technology. However, one thing that scientists do seem to already be quite adept at is creating nano-scale sculptures. These micro works of art are certainly a testament to human ingenuity and the wonders of modern technology but they also serve as a welcome reminder of how at heart we are still a very silly species. Click more to see them all!

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World’s Smallest Snowman created by David Cox

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Nano-Guitar made by Dustin Carr from Cornell

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Nano-Toilet by Takashi Kaito

 

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Nano-Athlete by Keith Morton

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Nanobama by John Hart & other Nanobliss folks

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Nano-Enterprise by Takayuki Hoshino & Shinji Matsui

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Nano-Playboy by John Hart & other Nanobliss folk

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Nano-Chess by A. Linden & S. Bauerdick

 

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Nano-Yacht by Takahiko Morita & Shinji Matsui

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Nano-Yoga by Chiaki Minari & Shinji Matsui

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Nano-Debutantes by Tim Savas

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Nano-Vodka by John Hart & other folk at Nanobliss

 

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 (by Frank Hartley & Jayant Neogi)

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MIT logo in nano tubes

 

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Johny (John-Erik) Krahbichler is the CEO and main author of Gadgetzz, since 2009. While Mr. Krahbichler's expertise is in consumer electronics, his true passion is science´, and educating the world about the universe we inhabit. Check out the non-profit Scientific Literacy Matters Currently Johny is using his experience from covering trade shows such as the CES, to work with trade show exhibition marketing.

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