The smallest Christmas calendar ever

At the University of Regensburg in Germany, students on the nanotechnology department have been so bored that they’ve created a Christmas calendar worthy of any secret Santa… you just can’t see it.

At the University of Regensburg in Germany, students on the nanotechnology department have been so bored that they’ve created a Christmas calendar worthy of any secret Santa… you just can’t see it.

The Christmas calendar measures just barely one one-hundred-thousandth of a centimetre wide and features details as small as twenty nanometres.

Just don’t expect there to be chocolates as they’d literally melt into nothingness.

Source: Gizmodo

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