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July 11, 2011

Nanotechnology in everyday life

You’re going on holiday. Off the plane and checked into your hotel, you don the wrinkle-free shirt you packed so you wouldn’t have to do any ironing. Grabbing your scratch-resistant sunglasses and your sunscreen you dash to the hotel pool, not forgetting to pick up your camera phone so you can send that boastful photo home. (The Guardian)

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