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October 21st, 2003

Nano tech promises to become a powerful crime fighter

There's a new crime fighter out there. It doesn’t wear tights or swimming trunks, and it’s much smaller than a bird or a plane. More and more, the world's crime fighters are finding a way to employ nanotechnology in the battle to outwit criminals. Several technologies are either hitting the market, or are in the process of being developed for commercial use. Professor Anthony Turner, Head of Cranfield University at Silsoe in Britain, has come up with what some people call a lab on a chip.


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