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Tiny bible fuels interest in nanotechnology

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The world's smallest bible has been unveiled, with a Hebrew version of the Old Testament being published on a 0,5mm square silicon chip. 

The feat was performed by scientists in Israel by sending focused beams of gallium ion particles on to the chip's surface.
Technion, the Israeli Institute of Technology, launched the project to foster interest in nanotechnology.
It managed to get the entire 308 428 word Hebrew Bible on to the chip.