Drinking too much? Get a smaller glass

Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm created the world’s smallest wineglass, narrower than a human hair.

Jon Peddie

A team of researchers have 3D-printed the smallest wineglass in the world, featuring a rim so tiny that it is nearly imperceptible to the naked eye, measuring smaller than the width of a human hair. However, the purpose of this achievement was not solely to cater to those with minimal wine consumption. Instead, the primary goal was to showcase a simplified technique for fabricating silica glass structures, which holds immense potential across various fields, including telecommunications and robotics. I love a glass or two of wine, anyone who knows me knows that. But as with all things, one must moderate—all

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