Pinhead-sized Bible goes on show in Jerusalem
A copy of the Hebrew Bible the size of a pinhead has gone on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
The so-called Nano Bible is the smallest version in the world.
It consists of over 1.2 million letters carved on a gold-plated silicon chip by engineers using an ion beam.
The "book" is being exhibited as part of events marking the Museum's 50th anniversary.
The hi-tech creation is being housed in the museum's Shrine of the Book, home to the Dead Sea Scrolls - the oldest copies of Biblical texts ever found.
Dr Adolfo Roitman, curator at the Shrine of the Book, spoke to BBC News about how the microscopic Bible was created.
26 Apr 2015