Nanotechnology could help detect explosive devices on battlefield

11/23/2009 | West Virginia Public Broadcasting

West Virginia University professor Letha Sooter describes her research in nanotechnology in this article and audio file. Sooter received more than $400,000 from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory over the summer to explore the role of molecular recognition elements in detecting explosive devices on the battlefield.

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