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October 3rd, 2007
Tech exhibition shows German innovations
Inspired by the surface of a lotus leaf, nanotechnology creates a copper surface that sheds water and dirt.
These are among the 50 exhibits displayed by ThyssenKrupp of Germany and the German Museum at the Shanghai Science & Technology Museum. Organizers say these innovations will provide solutions to major social, technical and ecological challenges.
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