The Smallest Writing in History


| 12/8/2009 1:28:31 PM


Researchers at Stanford University have created the smallest writing ever, spelling out the university’s initials in sub-atomic particles. The letters were created using electrons organized on a copper chip. It may seem like a simple vanity project, but the researchers say it points the way toward vast new frontiers of how much information can be coded onto computer chips.

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(Thanks, Open Culture.)



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