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These tiny nano-gears could power your portable electronics

Tiny Nano-Gears Could Power Your Portable Electronics (via Clean Technica) In a study of “some of the smallest moving elements ever observed,” researchers at Georgia Tech and the University of Toledo have confirmed the existence of synchronized, molecular “gears” in a self-assembling material. Like an array of micro…  …

‘Mini Lisa’: Georgia Tech researchers create world’s tiniest da Vinci reproduction

Georgia Tech researchers have created the “Mini Lisa” on a substrate surface approximately 30 microns in width. The image demonstrates a technique that could potentially be used to achieve nano-manufacturing of devices because the team was able to vary…  …