- About Us
- Career Center
- Nano-Social Network
- Nano Consulting
- My Account
December 9th, 2007
Emerging nanotechnology may put an end to a costly social problem that years of public awareness campaigns have not -- deaths caused by drinking and driving.
"Technology in itself, in time, could almost eliminate impaired driving," said Andrew Murie, CEO of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada.
About 1,500 people a year die in Canada from alcohol-related accidents on roads, recreational vehicles and boats.
Email to a friendEmail to a friendPrinter friendlyPrinter friendly
AddThis Social Bookmark Button
But what has MADD, governments and police forces excited about is a new generation of ignition interlocking devices, which prevent a car, and potentially all vehicles, from being started if the driver's blood-alcohol level is over a preset level.
|Related News Press|
Interviews/Book Reviews/Essays/Reports/Podcasts/Journals/White papers
'Material universe' yields surprising new particle November 28th, 2015
RAMAN Spectrometry Makes Characterization of Various Nanostructures Possible November 28th, 2015
Nanoparticles Boost Impact Resistance of Special Type of Polymer November 28th, 2015
ORNL microscopy captures real-time view of evolving fuel cell catalysts November 21st, 2015
Increasing Impact Resistance of Polypropylene by Nanoparticles November 20th, 2015
CE & Mobile, ADAS Makers Look to MEMS/Sensors Industry for Enhanced User Experiences at MEMS Executive Congress US 2015 --Smartphone, wearables, ADAS, VR Companies Engage with MEMS/Sensors Suppliers at MEMS & Sensors Industry Group’s annual executive event November 6th, 2015
Omni Nano and Time Warner Cable Partner to Provide Nanotechnology Education to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Los Angeles: A $10,000 Donation to Benefit Youth of Los Angeles County's Boys & Girls Clubs August 4th, 2015
Kalam: versatility personified August 1st, 2015