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July 24th, 2005

Nano-fibre: Bandage has a more gentle touch

You know the feeling when you pull a bandage off a wound and it has stuck to your skin? To relieve the pain and improve healing, a research team from the Petroleum and Petrochemical College at Chulalongkorn University has developed nano-fibre as a new wound dressing material, which will cause no harm when it is removed from an injury.


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