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March 10th, 2005
Scientists hope for breakthrough in nanotechnology project
Jordanian scientists working on a nanotechnology project are hopeful that their efforts will translate into practical applications in the fields of cancer therapy and bacteriology, among others.
Scientist Muna Hassoneh from Yarmouk University has been leading a team exploring the prospects of using nano-silicon in early detection and fighting of cancer cells.
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