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August 6th, 2003

Titania nanotubes could benefit babies

Scientists at Penn State University, US, have used arrays of titania nanotubes to make sensitive hydrogen sensors. Ultimately the researchers hope the sensors could be used in bandage form to monitor hydrogen levels in premature babies, as well as having applications in industrial quality control in food production plants and pollution monitoring in car engines. (more on earlier story)


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