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play video  Tiny Toxin Tracker09.25.03
Whatís the best way to stay safe from air or water thatís been polluted? One nanotechnologist says the smaller the detector, the better it can protect us.

play video  Cancer Derailed09.18.03
Why donít some cancers respond to radiation and chemotherapy?

play video  Magnetic Medicine09.04.03
Scientists have discovered liquids that can be manipulated by magnets. One nanotechnologist thinks he can make them useful to medicine by putting a spin on them.

play video  Waterproof and Germ Proof08.28.03
Nanotechnologists are making lightweight fabric thatís waterproof and germ proof.

play video  Light Switch08.14.03
Some nanotechnologists want to replace every light bulb with something they say is far better.

play video  Better Light Bulbs08.07.03
Nanotechnology might help build light bulb that produces more light and less heat at lower cost.

play video  Wired Ready-to-Wear07.31.03
Want clothes that change color? Smart fashions will need nanotechnology to be ready to wear.

play video  Shirts That Stop Bullets07.24.03
Nanotechnologists have come up with a super strong, flexible fiber that can conduct heat and electricity, is light as a cotton shirt, and bulletproof.

play video  Gripping Stuff07.10.03
Nanotechnologists are working on an adhesive that could help you match Spider-Manís feats.

play video  Jeweled Joints07.03.03
Incredibly tiny diamonds could help artificial joints work better and last longer.

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