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February 16th, 2007
Nanotechnology fishing lures attract four times more fish...
Major vacuum equipment manufacturer ULVAC, Inc. has developed a lure coated with a polyimide film with a thickness of several hundred nanometers. The nanotechnoloy coating ensures that the lure keeps shining regardless of the viewing angle.
"When exposed to the natural light, the lure gets more colorful than the existing lures as if the lure itself emits colors. It is attractive to fish and so using this lure can provide better fishing results," boasts an ULVAC spokesperson.
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