Scientists and Engineers at The University of Nottingham have built the world's smallest ultrasonic transducers capable of generating and detecting ultrasound. These revolutionary transducers which are orders of magnitude smaller than current systems - are so tiny that up to 500 of the smallest ones could be placed across the width of one human hair.
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