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December 31st, 2006
SCIENTISTS claim to have created self-cleaning clothes.
Ottilia Saxl, chief executive of the Institute of Nanotech-nology at Stirling University, said: "The anti-bacterial properties could be of great use in kitchens and hospitals, where antibiotic resistance is a big problem."
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