The World's Smallest Computer Can Fit on the Tip of a Grain of Rice
The University of Michigan was salty that IBM made a smaller computer than it did, so it made an even smaller computer.
This Is the Smallest House in the World
What is this, a house for one-celled organisms?
Scientists Recreated ‘Mona Lisa’ on the World’s Largest DNA Structure
It's a tiny portrait, but huge for nanotechnology.
This Graphene Researcher Is Making Computers You Can Wear
Felice Torrisi’s circuits printed on cloth are the future of fashion.
I Saw the Future in Columbia’s Nanotechnology Clean Room
I entered a fragile world of UV-sensitive research, nylon clean suits, and beard covers.
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Microscopic Robots Are on the Way to Replacing Your Doctor
Nanotechnology is refreshingly close to helping real, live people.
Hacked E. Coli Shows the Promise of Programmable Biology
Researchers turn living cells into biological sensing and computing platforms.
Nanomesh On-Skin Electronics Are a New Biointerface Frontier
New sensors are basically temporary tattoos that act as electronics interfaces.
Doped Diamonds Push Practical Quantum Computing Closer to Reality
Good old silicon saves the day.
New Nanofibers Detect Motion of Individual Bacteria, Muscle cells
Engineers have built a nanoscale stethoscope, basically.
This A/V Installation Lets You Explore an Infinite Subatomic Realm
Tarik Barri’s 'Matter of Perspectives' takes inspiration from the teeny tiny world of nanotechnology.
Graphene-Infused Silly Putty Can Detect Movements as Subtle as Spider Footsteps
“A small amount of nano can really turn the ordinary into something extraordinary.”