The world’s smallest version of the Edmonton Oilers logo has been created by a group of scientists at the University of Alberta. The Oilers are the city’s NHL hockey team and they are currently in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The logo is only 2400 nanometers which is about twice the size of your average bacteria. About 900 million of these logos would fit on a hockey puck (think about that for a bit). The last time they made a nano-logo was 2006, unfortunately the Oilers lost to the Carolina Hurricanes, so this logo, about 40 times smaller is hopefully going to lead to a better outcome.