Ciência e arte combinam? Sim, se você usar um microscópio potente, Photoshop e imaginação. Foi com essas ferramentas que o estudante Shaahin Amini, da Universidade da Califórnia (EUA), criou a réplica de uma girafa de apenas 0,05 milímetros. O estudante de engenharia se surpreendeu quando ampliou uma mistura de níquel, alumínio e carbono com um microscópio de alta potência e viu o que parecia ser uma minúscula girafa.
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