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June 10th, 2007

Bio-chemical warfare has area grad in lab

Ted Eisenbach's start-up company in Texas works on technology with possible use in security, by military.

Simply stated the technology could be used to coat textiles with a mixture of nanoparticles that acts as a catalyst to take apart and neutralize the attacking bio-chemical agents.


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