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April 17th, 2003
New Material Cleans Air, Water
A start-up company called Seldon Technologies is developing a material that eliminates biological contaminants, like anthrax and smallpox. For nine years, Christopher Cooper and five other Upper Valley scientists have worked to develop a black circular material made of carbon molecules. It's called a nano-mesh and its developers said it can eliminate just about any biological threat.
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