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October 14th, 2004
A slow, methodical transformation of the $400-billion-a-year water-management industry is currently in progress, and nanotechnology appears to be leading the way.
Last week the NanoWater congress met in Amsterdam to discuss how nanotechnology applications can help solve the world's water shortage.
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