From nanowires to self-healing concrete, see the dazzling winners of Cambridge's 2014 Engineering Photo Competition.
Jonty Hurwitz uses quantum physics to make teeny, tiny art.
Scientists used nano-technology to make a tiny Impressionist recreation. We don't want to think about how long it would take to make something by a Surrealist.
Scientists have made a material that's the size of a grain of sand, and it folds into cubes, pyramids, and more with a little liquid added.
A Q+A with the man behind the artworks that go, "From nano to macro, hovering between the tangible and intangible."
Glimpse into a Shane Hope's "post-nanotech" transhumanist art future with "Upon Graphene."
Watch our documentary on artists Vik Muniz and Marcelo Coelho, who create etchings on grains of sand using a mind-blowing process.