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June 15th, 2006

Nanotech toilets could clean themselves

Enter materials engineer Michael Cortie and his colleagues at the Institute for Nanoscale Technology in Sydney, Australia, who are working to perfect a coating that can respond to the visible spectrum --that is, the lightbulb hanging from your bathroom ceiling. So long, toilet brush.


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