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December 3rd, 2003

Nanosensor smells the faintest scent

Abstract:
Nanostructures could detect a few molecules of perfume, says a Japanese researcher working on a cheaper way to make these structures using ultra thin films. Professor Toyoki Kunitake from the Japan Science and Technology Agency presented his research at an Australian nanotechnology conference at the University of Melbourne yesterday. (more on earlier article)

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ABC Science Online

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