Nanotech to take flight this fall

Long heralded as one of the most likely near-term benefactors of nanotechnology, the aerospace industry has proved to be slow on the uptake, due as much to technological immaturity as to an arduous development cycle. Carbon fiber composites may abound on Boeing’s 787 and Airbus A380, but when we hea...

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