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January 18th, 2006

Totally nanotubular

Abstract:
In August, UTD found a pathway to a major scientific breakthrough - and that pathway is made of extremely small tubes. Researchers at the UTD NanoTech Institute, in conjunction with an Australian national laboratory, found a quick and easy way to weave "nanotube sheets" out of freestanding carbon nanotubules, paving the way for commercial applications.

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