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Antimicrobial Surfaces

Nanogate and Sarastro have established a cooperation agreement for development of biologically active functional surfaces. According to the Leibniz Institut für Neue Materialien spin-off, Nanogate, the first compendium of devices should be on the market in 2010.

The agreement focuses on products for the fields Automotive / Mechanical Engineering, Buildings / Interiors and Sport / Leisure, and the application of functional textiles, such as filters or air conditioning systems.


October 6, 2009 - Posted by | Nanomaterials | ,

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