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August 27th, 2007
A new material showing promise in applications ranging from lightning strike protection and electromagnetic-interference shielding to next-generation aircraft and computer displays, is bringing international attention to its Florida State University developers.
Researchers with FSU's High-Performance Materials Institute recently were recognized for their work with engineered carbon nanotube and nanofiber buckypapers.
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