Technology Update's Nano-November!
24 NOVEMBER 2010
Technology Update looks for answers at the Rusnanotech forum in Moscow – where top innovators from over a dozen countries gathered to show off their gadgets and talk shop. From chips in the Moscow Metro turnstiles that could revolutionize your trip to the supermarket to sprays to avoid structural decay, we reveal the nano-secrets that are set to change the world. Watch closely, the newest nano could be right at your fingertips! The Brave New World of Nano – on Technology Update.
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