What happens when things get small? And better yet, what does a bowl of peanuts the size of a sports stadium have in common with a shrinking elephant? You'll have to watch this engaging film created by the University of California at San Diego's (UCSD) "TV" project. The project brings together short films on all manner of subjects, and this fun and insightful look into nanoscience and its uses is hosted by Adam Smith and "wacky physicist" Ivan Schuller. The 27-minute film is a great introduction to the world of nanoscience and the "real-life quest to create the smallest magnet ever known." That's not all, as there are dozens of other videos here on the website that investigate nanotechnology and science in the "More Nanoscience" area on the right-hand side of the page.