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November 7th, 2004

Nanotechnology-based products starting to have big consumer impact

Abstract:
For a science that's about manipulating substances at the molecular level, nanotechnology is starting to bring big profits to many consumer product makers.

Already, "nanoscience" has produced stain- and wrinkle-resistant clothing, self-cleaning windows, glare-reducing and fog-resistant coatings for eyeglasses and windshields, dramatically increased computer memory, better sports equipment, improved cosmetics and sunscreens, and lighter, stronger auto components.

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