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August 4th, 2010

Auto Industry Welcomes Nanotech

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Many manufacturers have realized that due to nanotechnology one can improve performance of their cars. As a matter of fact, the European Union is against nanotechnology and for that reason it looks hard at special regulations. It is done so in order to protect the environment as well as public from nanoparticles.

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