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February 26th, 2007

Southwest Research Institute shows off anti-echo chamber

Abstract:
At each annual meeting, engineers and scientists showcase some of the newest equipment and inventions the institute is completing for clients from government and private industry. Monday, the annual show-and-tell for trustees and dignitaries included tours and descriptions of work to develop nanotubes that store hydrogen, antidotes for chemical weapons and nanocapsules to carry chemotherapy to human bone cells.

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