An array of nanofibers are immersed into a liquid and then allowed to dry. When the liquid evaporates, bending forces shape the nanofibers into a spiral pattern. Each nanofiber is approximately 1/1000th the width of a human hair.
Image by Joanna Aizenberg, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
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An array of nanofibers are immersed into a liquid and then allowed to dry. When the liquid evaporates, bending forces shape the nanofibers into a spiral pattern. Each nanofiber is approximately 1/1000th the width of a human hair.

Image by Joanna Aizenberg, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

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