A form of matter held together by nothing more substantial than light has been created by physicists in the UK.
The method, known as "optical binding", was used to glue together about 100 polystyrene beads - each 400-nanometres in diameter - in a flat two-dimensional structure.
Read the complete story here. (New Scientist)
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