Imagine what it would be like to shrink to the size of a dot! This issue we’re doing exactly that to see how things work on a minuscule scale – meet 10 Awesomely Amazing animals that live on your body, build a model of a nanoparticle and find out what makes your wrist watch tick.
You'll get to meet a nanotechnologist, learn about the future of tiny technology and meet the smallest monkey in the world – the pygmy marmoset. Can you step through a page of Whizz Pop Bang? Give it a go! You can also investigate nanoparticles in suncream, find out about inspirational scientist Richard Feynman, and take an in-depth look at the miniature particles that cause pollution. You can even have a go at making your own Nobel-prize-winning graphene at home. There's a multitude of minuscule marvels in this marvellous magazine!
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