The Devil Wears Nano

Here at Lux Research, where we tirelessly comb the ever-growing landscape of nanotechnology and the increasingly diverse industries it now impacts, we sometimes need to take a break from pondering coatings and composites and clear our minds with something light, like fashion. Of course, Miranda Prie...

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