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Nano-Doodling with Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy.

David Klenerman of Cambridge University created a ground-breaking technique of ... nano doodling!

It is highly accurate, but there is something unusual about this image of the Cambridge University crest.

The picture is about the width of a human hair, and is made up entirely of gently fluorescing DNA. ...

The new Cambridge method, called Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy, is described by Dr Klenerman as a major breakthrough.

"It's like an electron micrograph with live cells," he said. "It opens up the possibility of watching biology at the nanoscale."


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