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November 28th, 2006

Binghamton U. researchers ready nanotech innovations for market

Abstract:
Imagine clothes that can regulate body temperature. Or sensors that can check sugar levels without drawing blood. Binghamton University researchers Howard Wang and C.J. Zhong are breaking new ground with their discoveries and well on the way to building real commercial success for their ideas.

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