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November 18th, 2004

Air bubbles experiment could lead to new nanotech fibers

Abstract:
A professor of engineering who specializes in the physics of fluids, Alfonso Gańán Calvo of the Universidad de Sevilla in Spain believes Zhang’s work could have “an enormous impact in fields from biomedicine and biotechnology to the hot nanotech industry. In my opinion, this great work will open wide new avenues for the controlled production of extremely thin and long holes in materials like polymers, glasses and ceramics,” he said.

Source:
University of Chicago Chronicle

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