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Carbon Nanotubes Can “Swim”

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) have discovered that multi walled carbon nanotubes will remain suspended in water for a month or longer when combined with other organic materials.  The January issue of the journal Environmental Science & Technology , will fully report the findings by Assistant Professor Jaehong Kim, Professor Joseph Hughes, … Continue Reading

Nanotech Helping to Clean Water

Given all the news recently about possible environmental regulation of nanotechnology, the potential benefits of these new discoveries sometimes gets lost in the shuffle.  However, Rice University reported on November 16, 2006 that nanotechnology research shows promise in removing arsenic from drinking water.  Recent experiments conducted by the Center for Biological and Environmental Technology at … Continue Reading