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Tuesday, January 29, 2002
University at Buffalo chemists
have taken "a major step toward placing hundreds, and possibly even thousands, of reusable chemical sensors in an area smaller than a dime... It could transform sensor technology by providing agricultural, clinical, environmental and pharmaceutical laboratories with a small, fast and portable methodology for simultaneously detecting numerous chemicals in a sample a hundred or a thousand times smaller than a drop of water...
The research overcomes a key obstacle in exploiting high-tech materials called xerogels." 4:44:45 AM
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