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    "This electron microscope photograph, published by the Vienna University of Technology, shows a nano-scale model of a Formula One racing car, created using a 3D printing technique being developed there."

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    This racing car is the size of a grain of sand. Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology used a 3D printer with nano precision to break the world record for fastest two-photon lithography. The focal point of the laser beam is guided through the resin by movable mirrors, and leaves behind a line of solid polymer, just a few hundred nanometres wide. This high resolution enables the creation of intricately structured sculptures as tiny as a grain of sand.Picture: TU Wien / Rex Features

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