Japanese Scientists Create Microscopic Chinese Noodle Bowl

Japanese Scientists Create Microscopic Chinese Noodle Bowl

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Japanese scientists claim to have used state-of-the-art technology to create a bowl of Chinese noodles so small it can only be seen through a microscope.

In this photomicrograph from December 2006, published on May 29, 2008 by the Nakao Hamaguchi Laboratory at the University of Tokyo, a “carbon nanotube ramen” is shown in a bowl with a diameter of one thousandth of a millimeter created by the university's engineering professor, Masayuki Nakao, and his students as part of a project aimed at developing a nanotube processing technology. "We think it is the smallest bowl of ramen in the world, with the smallest portion of Chinese noodles inside, although they are not edible," Nakao said. The microscopic bowl was created in December 2006, but was not shown to the public until Thursday, May 29, after participating in a photomicrography competition.

Source: Physorg

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