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September 16th, 2004
Nanomaterials Are Showing Promise In Nanotechnology Applications
Researchers are continuing to make giant strides toward realizing the exceptional potential of nanotechnology. Their efforts have resulted in the advent of stronger, lighter, and improved nanomaterials currently finding extensive use in several high-performance applications.
"Nanotechnology is well poised to become an accepted technology in years to come and many future applications are likely to have some form of nanotechnology embedded in them," says Technical Insights Analyst Hrishikesh Bidwe.
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