“Again and again, for scientists, if they hear something suprising that makes them think in a different way, it's really good. Your mind is a bit like soup - it has to be stirred up all the time. -And then interesting vegetables float to the surface and so on. -And you have new ideas. If you just sit there, it all stagnates and gets boring.”—Professor Martyn Poliakoff
Etching The World's Smallest Periodic Table Onto A Hair
Etching The World’s Smallest Periodic Table Onto A Hair - The extremely intelligent folks over at The Periodic Table of Videos etch the world’s smallest tiny periodic table, measuring in at 89.67 microns x 46.39 microns onto a hair belonging to chemistry Professor Martyn Poliakoff. Def make sure to watch the video to see the whole process.