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May 16th, 2007
Try Out Your Nanotechnology
Does nanotechnology make sense for use in your composite products? If you'd like to find out without the expense and risk of major investment dollars, the University of Dayton (Ohio) Research Institute (UDRI) may be able to help.
The research center has opened a manufacturing center in collaboration with the National Composites Center in Dayton for demonstrating nano-enhanced polymer composites.
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