Luna’s fullerenes promote hair growth in mice

While attending the NanoBusiness Alliance 2008 NanoBusiness Conference in New York City, we listened to Steven Wilson, President and CTO of Luna nanoWorks (a division of Luna Innovations), present on many applications of his company’s fullerene-based “Trimetasphere” and “Hydrochalarone” molecules. L...

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