Researchers from Technion, Israel's Institute of Technology have created the world's smallest Hebrew Bible on a gold-coated silicon chip smaller than a pinhead. According to Ohad Zohar, who directed the project, "this is the world's tiniest Bible, the Guinness Book of World Records has a Bible 50 times bigger."
To etch in the details, the determined scientists concentrated beams of gallium ions on the surface of the chips.
Implications - The nano-Bible was created as part of an education program that was aimed at creating an interest in nanoscience among young adults. The makers of the teeny-tiny Bible are planning on blowing it up in a seven-by-seven meter poster so that people can easily read it.