Scientists Create Microscopic ‘Mona Lisa’

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Scientists Create Microscopic ‘Mona Lisa’

Using nanoscale chemistry, scientists in Georgia have created the world’s smallest version of the Mona Lisa, with the researchers’ so-called Mini Lisa measuring just 30 microns wide, or less than a third of the width of a human hair. What do you think?

  • “I still prefer the original.”

    Rebecca Bristol
    Sightseeing Boat Operator
  • “Those guys need to quit messing around and get back to whatever other tiny work they were doing.”

    Charles Vausbinder
    Cable Installer
  • “How much?”

    Dennis Hirsch-Smith