History Nanoscience and nanotechnology only became possible in the 1910s with the development of the first tools to measure and make nanostructures. But the actual development started with the discovery of electrons and neutrons which showed scientists that matter can really exist on a much smaller scale than what we normally think of as small, and/or what they thought was possible at the time.
Diamond is the hardest known natural material and the third-hardest known material after aggregated diamond nanorods and ultrahard fullerite. Its hardness and high dispersion of light make it useful for industrial applications and jewelry. Diamonds are specifically renowned as a material with superlative physical qualities-they make excellent abrasives because they can be scratched only by other diamonds, Borazon, ultrahard fullerite, or aggregated diamond nanorods.
Football is the name given to a number of different team sports. The most popular of these worldwide is association football (also known as soccer). The English word "football" is also applied to American football, Australian rules football, Canadian football, Gaelic football, rugby football (rugby league, and rugby union) and related games.
Opus Dei (Latin for "Work of God"), formally known as The Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei , is an organization of the Roman Catholic Church that emphasizes the belief that everyone is called to holiness and that ordinary life is a path to sanctity.   Opus Dei was founded in Spain in 1928 by the Roman Catholic priest Josemaría Escrivá  and given final approval in 1950 by Pope Pius XII.
Wisconsin , one of the 50 United States of America, is located near the center of the North American continent and touches two of the five Great Lakes; Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. Its capital city is Madison, and its largest city is Milwaukee. Bordered by the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan and Illinois, Wisconsin has been part of United States territory since the end of the American Revolution; the Wisconsin Territory (which included parts of other current states) was formed on July 3, 1836.
Yury Olesha (Russian: Юрий Карлович Олеша, (May 3, 1899 - May 10, 1960) was a Russian novelist during the early Soviet period. He is considered one of the greatest Russian novelists of the twentieth century, one of the few to have succeeded in writing novels of lasting artistic value that could make it past the stifling censorship of the era to be published.