Destin over at SmarterEveryDay wanted to take an up-close look at the nanostructure of a butterfly's wing, so he took a few samples to be looked at under a scanning electron microscope. The results are fascinatingly beautiful.
Researchers at the Cavendish laboratories, (University of Cambridge, UK) in partnership with the DKI (Deutsches Kunststoff-Institut, Darmstadt, Germany) are working on industrially scalable structural colour materials for decorative, security and sensing applications.
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