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Honda researchers' nanotubes innovation has electricity transport implications

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Honda researchers have developed a method for growing microscopic carbon nanotubes that may open the door to more efficient methods of transporting electricity, reports the Columbus Dispatch.

The research was conducted by Honda Research Institute USA, which has offices in Columbus, together with Purdue University and the University of Louisville. The carbon nanotubes, a hundred thousand times thinner than a human hair, are grown on a metal surface that resembles honeycomb sheets.

Original source: The Columbus Dispatch
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