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Nanotechnology

UD Research Institute passes $1 billion mark

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Posted on Feb 18, 2004, 7 a.m. By Bill Freeman

DAYTON -- Say the word "nanomaterials" to most people, and you're likely to get blank stares. Tell them about a car paint that will keep them from getting shocked during the winter, and you've got potential customers on your hands. That's just one small example of the possible real-world applications for nanomaterials - particles that measure one-billionth of one meter, or about 50,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

DAYTON -- Say the word "nanomaterials" to most people, and you're likely to get blank stares. Tell them about a car paint that will keep them from getting shocked during the winter, and you've got potential customers on your hands. That's just one small example of the possible real-world applications for nanomaterials - particles that measure one-billionth of one meter, or about 50,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

Source: http://www.daytondailynews.com/business/content/business/daily/0207udri.html



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