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U.K./U.S. toxicologists studied carbon nanotubes and their effect on the abdomens of mice. They found, in the first study of its kind, that nanotubes could potentially cause cancer from actions similar to asbestos fibers inhaled into the lungs of humans.

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English biologist Paul H. Dear has proposed The N-prize, a race to put the first Nanosatellite in orbit for a cost of only 999.99 pounds (about US$2,000). Your first place prize is 9,999.99 pounds (about US$20,000).

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Scientists at the University of Queensland have developed a new polyurethane coating with potential applications for improving the strength and flexibility of anything from condoms and golf balls to shoe soles and Lycra.

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