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April 27th, 2005

Nanotech's growing

Abstract:
Very few people in the world understand the chemistry of trees, says Nano-Add CEO Motti Koren. He says that Nano-Add founder and R&D manager Prof. Michael Ioelovich is one of them. Ioelovich studied tree science at the University of Latvia, where he learned to break down a tree's structure into nanoparticles. He has written scores of articles and books on the subject.

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