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April 27th, 2006

Interpol lauds KLís anti-piracy measures

Abstract:
Later at the International Conference on Composite Materials and Nano-structures 2006 in Shah Alam, Najib said that nanotechnology was the way to make the army better and faster in warfare. ďLighter, stronger, smarter and heat resistant nano-structures could be used in the production of weapons or to make military transportation faster, together with strengthening armour and saving energy,Ē he said.

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