Today's world through a science lense

FEBRUARY 5: A nano-scale model of a big man created by a 3D printing technique is photographed with an electron microscope. The figure is created by a process called "two-photon lithography" involving a laser beam hardening liquid resin to create micro objects of solid polymer.
FEBRUARY 5: A nano-scale model of a big man created by a 3D printing technique is photographed with an electron microscope. The figure is created by a process called "two-photon lithography" involving a laser beam hardening liquid resin to create micro objects of solid polymer.
FEBRUARY 4: A nano-scale model of Vienna's St. Stephan's Cathedral created by a 3D printing technique is photographed with an electron microscope. The figure is created by a process called "two-photon lithography" involving a laser beam hardening liquid resin to create micro objects of solid polymer.
FEBRUARY 4: A nano-scale model of Vienna's St. Stephan's Cathedral created by a 3D printing technique is photographed with an electron microscope. The figure is created by a process called "two-photon lithography" involving a laser beam hardening liquid resin to create micro objects of solid polymer.

Be a part of Stuff's exploration of science by emailing science news tips and photographs to newstips@stuff.co.nz

Stuff