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Sameer Walavalkar sees beauty in the smallest of objects. That's because the Caltech applied physicist spends his days building nano-sized structures. In his profession, he creates tiny silicon structures for use in electronics and medical devices. But he's passionate about nano-scale art too. He u...
The torch is 100,000 times smaller than the original.
Artificial muscles ten times smaller than a human hair have a thousand times more twist than previous ones.
A novel battery produces electricity in places where freshwater meets saltwater.
British soldiers could get full-time power at half the weight.
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