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July 10th, 2006

Israel and U.S.: Top Four Nanotech Projects for Water Purification

Abstract:
Prof. Rafi Semiat, Director of the Grand Water Research Institute at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology and a workshop organizer, said that while the group will promote all 12 nanotech-based projects that were outlined at the workshop, special focus is being given to four projects that can provide extraordinary benefits for water purification, and that have the potential to be applied commercially within the next five years. (PDF)

Source:
nanoisrael.org

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