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July 11th, 2005

Hot nanocomposites get hotter

Abstract:
Scientists at NASA Ames have developed a nano-engineered thermal material that is based on carbon-nanotube-array composites. It is licensed to Nanoconduction, which will collaborate with NASA scientists to develop improved thermal management systems.

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