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Extraordinary Beauty of the NanoArt World: Photos : Discovery News

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Extraordinary Beauty of the NanoArt World: Photos : Discovery News

Extraordinary Beauty of the NanoArt World: Photos : Discovery News

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Extraordinary Beauty of the NanoArt World: Photos : Discovery News

Extraordinary Beauty of the NanoArt World: Photos : Discovery News

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Art created by an electron microscope and colorization. The 3rd International Festival of NanoArt in Romania, which ended [9/28/14]. Orfescu believes “NanoArt could be for the 21st century what photography was for the 20th Century.” The images on display include this “Nanobama. A story could involve the tremendous scale factor and how an electron microscope works.

Microscopic faces of Barack Obama made using nanotechnology, and imaged using a scanning electron microscope. Each face consists of millions of vertically-aligned carbon nanotubes, grown by a high temperature chemical reaction.

Nanoart in Bergamo

First Italian nanotechnology art exhibit in Bergamo

CRANN | NanoArt 2013 http://crann.tcd.ie/Research/Research-Image-Gallery/NanoArt2013.aspx

This month's collection of images from the world of nanotechnology includes the tiniest of flowers, minuscule gold stars, and crystal layers that could replace silicon as the main building blocks of the information age

Photo First: Light Captured as Both Particle and Wave : Discovery News

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Amazing Nano Sculptures Only Visible by Electron Microscope - Seeker

Nueva manera de enfriar ordenadores. La funcionalización media en el transporte de calor de los nanocopos de grafeno. (Imagen: Johan Liu, Philip  Krantz, Krantz Nanoart)...

Cooling graphene-based film close to pilot-scale production. Heat dissipation in electronics and optoelectronics is a bottleneck in the further development of systems in these fields. Researchers have developed an efficient way of cooling electronics by u

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Nano-scale sculptures re-create the human body in the eye of a needle

Nano-scale sculptures re-create the human body in the eye of a needle

Microscopic sculptures by artist Jonty Hurwitz are so tiny that they can fit easily inside the eye of a needle, on a human hair -- or on the forehead of an ant.

Incredible Nano-Scale Sculptures Are 3D Printed So Small A Human Hair Is Gigantic In Comparison | Jonty Hurwitz's nano sculptures were created using bleeding-edge technology. Too small for the naked eye to see, the sculptures were created using multiphoton lithography. [Nanotechnology News: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/nanotechnology/ Nanotechnology Books: http://futuristicshop.com/category/nanotechnology-books/]

Anamophic artist Jonty Hurwitz’s new sculpture series recreates the smallest human form ever at microns, or roughly the scale of a human sperm.

On the right, an artificial atom generates sound waves consisting of ripples on the surface of a solid. The sound, known as a surface acoustic wave (SAW) is picked up on the left by a "microphone" composed of interlaced metal fingers. According to theory, the sound consists of a stream of quantum particles, the weakest whisper physically possible. The illustration is not to scale. Credit: Philip Krantz, Krantz NanoArt

The Sound of an Atom has been Captured: an artificial atom generates sound waves consisting of ripples on the surface of a solid approximately 20 octaves higher than the highest note on a grand piano.

Artist Jonty Hurwitz has created so far the most detailed nano-sculptures with 3D printing and a technique called "Multi-Photon Lithography". Similar to standard photolithography techniques...

Jonty Hurwitz’s Nano Sculptures

Full-Color, Flexible Display - A thin liquid crystal layer is sandwiched over a metallic nanostructure https://www.facebook.com/NanoArt

World's first full-color, flexible, skin-like display developed at UCF

Joe Davis is an artist who works not only with paints or pastels, but also with genes and bacteria. In 1986, he collaborated with geneticist Dan Boyd to encode a symbol for life and femininity into an E. coli bacterium. The piece, called Microvenus, was the first artwork to use the tools and techniques of molecular biology. Since then, bioart has become one of several contemporary art forms (including reclamation art and nanoart) that apply scientific methods and technology to explore living…

This photograph shows polyptich paintings by Joe Davis of his Microvenus DNA molecule Exhibition in Greece at Athens School of Fine Arts).

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