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August 15th, 2005

It's tiny, but could become huge

Abstract:
Dais-Analytic's simple metal building doesn't say high tech. Nor do the bare concrete floors and plain interior. But its hydrocarbon ionomeric membrane material has tech written all over it.

While the membrane name may not roll off the tongue, this ultrathin sheet has some intriguing possibilities: lowering air conditioning and heating costs, making military uniforms more resistant to chemical and biological warfare, desalinating water, keeping barnacles from growing on the bottom of boats.

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