Watch as microscopic crystals are sculpted into blooming roses, irises, violets and carnations, all while being smaller than the width of a human hair. See how Harvard researchers Wim L. Noorduin and Joanna Aizenberg developed these crystal "flowers" using a beaker and two chemicals, potentially changing our understanding of how structures are formed in nature, opening the door for a new approach to nanotechnology

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