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October 11th, 2004
We've been hearing about nanotechnology for years now, and how tiny imbedded sensors and high-tech devices can help in medicine, manufacturing and the military.
In Mt. Pleasant, researchers at Central Michigan University are taking a different tack - literally, sewing super-miniature nanotechnology gizmos into clothing.
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