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October 9th, 2006

Nanotubes detect chemical weapons, explosives

Abstract:
Airport screening might become an easier process for the screeners and the screenees if things go the way University of Illinois Professor Michael Strano and colleagues plan. Think simply (of) walking down the hallway to your flight through a network of tiny sensors you don't see, which can sniff out even molecular-scale indications of explosives accurately, reliably and in real time as you and other passengers pass by.

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