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The World’s Smallest Thermometer Is Made of DNA

Need to take a temperatures in a hard-to-reach spot? Researchers have created the world’s smallest thermometer from DNA, and it could be used to measure temperature even within living cells. Read More >>

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The World’s Most Sensitive Thermometer is Made From Light

A team of researchers has made the world's most sensitive thermometer at room temperature, which is three times more precise than any to go before it – and it's made of light. Read More >>

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Tiny Diamond Thermometer Can Take the Temperature of a Single Cell

Turns out diamonds have powers beyond bringing bling happy jewellery enthusiasts and hopeful lovers to their knees. Harvard researchers have figured out how to make the shiny little pebbles into the world's tiniest thermometers. How tiny? Small enough to take the temperature of an individual cell. Read More >>