You're Looking at Pop Art From a Microscopic Electronic Device
Mar 06, 2014 13:05
You might think this is some crazy cool looking pop art but it is in fact a microscopic view of a tiny electronic device. The image was captured by Matteo Bruna from the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge.
It shows a circuit made from graphene and built on a branched structure of plastic instead of glass. Graphene, you're pretty magical. You're now into art too, huh?
The image is one of a selection of images on show at the Cambridge Science Festival from March 10th.
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