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May 16th, 2006
Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, known as AIST, has developed a method to mass produce carbon nanotubes, raising output efficiency by 100-fold.
The method, reported recently at a symposium hosted by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, will pave the way for the commercialization of carbon nanotubes for use in such products as high-strength textiles for use as aviation materials, as well as antibacterial filters and scaffolds for cell culture.
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