Nanotech Alert. Nanomaterials in Cosmetics; Benefits of Nanotechnology in Bicycle Frames; Nanomaterials as Food Ingredients

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This issue discusses whether use of nanomaterials in cosmetics is beneficial or hazardous to health, whether use of nanomaterials as food ingredients is acceptable or not; and profiles the benefits of nanotechnology in bicycle frames

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Nanotech Alert. Nanomaterials in Cosmetics; Benefits of Nanotechnology in Bicycle Frames; Nanomaterials as Food IngredientsIn This Issue1. NANOMATERIALS IN COSMETICS--BENEFICIAL OR HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH?2. BENEFITS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY IN BICYCLE FRAMES3. NANOMATERIALS AS FOOD INGREDIENTS--ACCEPTABLE OR NOT?4. KEY PATENTS--FULLERENES




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