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April 2nd, 2003

Nanotechnology helping to secure louisville airport

Jim DeLong is looking to nanotechnology as the best way to screen checked baggage at Louisville International Airport. The GM of the Regional Airport Authority says new devices under development will be tiny enough to be embedded in the floors of the baggage wells between ticket counter positions to scan each bag as the passenger checks it in. These machines could be ready in three years, he believes.


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