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July 9th, 2007

Lighter and Stronger Nanotechnology Enabled Surfboard Hits The Waves in Hawaii

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The worlds first nanotechnology enhanced surfboard has been put through its paces in Hawaii. The board from Oceanit looks and feels like a standard surfboard and is made using traditional methods with a foam core, polymer resin and fibreglass cloth. The difference is the resin has an addition of titanium nanoparticles.

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