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February 28th, 2007
Ice-hockey, baseball, skiing and now floorball benefiting from carbon nanotubes.
Floorball - a fast growing indoor version of hockey - is the latest performance sport to harness the unique advantages provided by carbon nanotubes.
Finnish specialist composite company Exel is developing an ultra- light floorball stick - similar to an ice-hockey stick but much lighter - using Bayer MaterialScience's Baytube carbon nanotubes.
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