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March 13th, 2004

Clean and green

Abstract:
Nanotechnology enthusiasts envision a world of microscopic robots, cell-sized computer chips and other fantastic devices. But a small San Jose company has something more down to earth in mind. EnviroSystems uses nanotechnology to make super-strong but environmentally benign chemicals. The company says it has designed a disinfectant that eliminates the toughest germs and viruses without harming people or the environment.

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