Australia honors nanotech-enabled wheelchair

Developed at the University of Western Sydney’s Macarthur campus, the new chair uses an ultralight, ultrastrong, nanotechnology-enhanced stainless steel tube to make the chair many times stronger than titanium and much lighter, the company said in a news release.

January 8, 2009: VeruTEK Technologies Inc., a company that uses nanomaterials in environmental remediation, has successfully completed an in-place remediation of contaminated soils and groundwater at a legacy site of a Fortune 500 client using its proprietary surfactant-enhanced in situ chemical oxidation (S-ISCO) technology, the company announced in a news release.


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