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June 27th, 2007
A scientific revolution is quietly going on that you're probably unaware of. It's nanotechnology and it could change the world as dramatically as electricity or the Internet.
It holds incredible promise -- such as microscopic particles designed to seek out and destroy cancer. But a Consumer Reports investigation reveals little is being done to assess its risks to the environment and our health.
This kitchen and bath paint claims to be better at resisting mildew thanks to nanotechnology.
This nano car wax claims to fill scratches and give a glossier shine. And these nanotech golf balls say they deliver truer putts and straighter drives.
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