The Smallest Christmas card in the world two times thinner than a hair
Thanks to nanotechnology at the University of Glasgow have created the smallest Christmas card in the world. It is so small that on a standard postcard it is possible to fit 8000 nanocards.
Professor David Cumming said: "Our nanotechnology is among the best in the world. We decided that the production of this Christmas card - the easiest way to prove how accurate and impressive may be the development of modern technologies. "
According to the scientists to produce this unique cards took about 30 minutes. For comparison - a human hair was twice thicker than the product.
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