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October 13th, 2005

K-State Professor Named Top Innovator by Popular Mechanics

Abstract:
Ken Klabunde has had many titles during his distinguished career -- scientist, educator, inventor. He can now add another one: toxic avenger. One of eight innovators honored this year by the magazine, Klabunde is recognized for his research in the development of FAST-ACT(R), a toxin-neutralizing nanopowder that offers a potent defense against chemical attack.

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