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March 12th, 2006

Nanotech field no longer small

An Emeryville company called Nano-Tex has figured out how to coat fabrics with an ultrathin chemical shield that repels spills and stains. At Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, construction crews are putting the finishing touches on a six-story research center that has been carved into the East Bay hills. The $85 million structure, called the Molecular Foundry, will soon house as many as 200 academic, industrial and government scientists who want to develop new ways to make tiny products.


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