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I’m always interested in nanotechnology, but I didn’t have a chance to involve in it. Japanese Takahashi Kaito won the Most Bizarre award at The 49th International Conference on Electron, Ion and Photo Beam Technology and Nanofabrication Bizarre/Beautiful Micrograph Contest.

chisai benjo small toilet

This photo was titled Chisai Benjo (“Small Toilet”) in magnication of ~15,000X, and I absolutely have no idea where it was located. According to the picture description, this small toilet might be a collective site for ions, electrons or even small molecules. Perhaps it’s a receptor or ligand. This photo is just so exciting.

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Categories: nanotechnology

One Response so far.

  1. youzi says:

    wahahaha! it does looks like having “collective function”! easy to understand physiologically.

    so cute!

    btw, we call our ramli’s hotdog “benjo” too…

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