See, I'm subscribed to like a gazillion science, space, technology news sites and am just as passionate about that as I am about writing/reading. The only difference is my music preference while I do one or the other.
Anyways (don't I always have this tendency of making a short story long??!), I stumbled across this:
Writing at the Nanoscale: 'Electro Pen' may impact a host of developing nanotechnologies
Go over the picture with your mouse for an explanation.
At the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, scientists have developed a new chemical "writing" technique that can create lines of "ink" only a few tens of nanometers, or billionths of a meter, in width.
"Our new 'writing' method opens up many new possibilities for creating nanoscale patterns and features on surfaces.
(I think I'm not supposed to use the picture in the article but it's so cool I couldn't resist. I'd only leave it here for a couple of days. Promise).
Categories: writing, nanotechnology, science