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Scientists create world's smallest 'snowman'
By T.K. Randall
December 4, 2009 · 7 comments
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Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory have created the world's smallest snowman measuring a fifth of the width of a human hair using materials and equipment normally used for manipulating nanoparticles.
Scientists have created the world’s smallest 'snowman', measuring about a fifth of the width of a human hair. Experts at the National Physical Laboratory in West London made the miniature figure which is just 0.01mm across.
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