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May 27th, 2005
How will we live in the years to come? Paul Wilkinson and his family turn guinea pigs for the weekend in a prototype, 21st-century hub of maximum comfort and efficiency.
In the roof, huge, remotely controlled Velux windows fill the entrance atrium with light that reaches ground level via a glass floor on the first landing. These are no ordinary windows. They are self-cleaning 'Activ' models, Pilkington's latest creation, which use nanotechnology to break down dust into tiny fragments for rain to wash away.
Leti and Partners in SOCRATE Project Focusing on Miniature Antennas with Super-Directivity Radiation Properties: Improving Directivity of Small Antennas Would Enhance Spectral Efficiency, Reduce Environmental Impact and Increase Functionality July 15th, 2013
Industrial Nanotech, Inc. Adds Color and Clean: Announces Upcoming Launch of an Intelligent Coating for Exterior Walls: Energy Saving - Self Cleaning - Insulating - UV Resistant - Palette of Colors July 10th, 2013
Research and Markets: Global Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials Industry - 2013 Report June 24th, 2013
Innovative New Nanotechnology Stops Bed Bugs in Their Tracks - Literally: Stony Brook University researchers develop non-chemical bed bug solution June 1st, 2013