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# nanotechnology - Monday 3 November, 2014

This Dublin-designed probe is much smaller than a hair... and it could help cure cancer

Adama Innovations plans to make millions within a few years from its nanotechnology.

# nanotechnology - Thursday 19 December, 2013

Watch: The waterproof t-shirt that's impossible to stain

Watch: The waterproof t-shirt that's impossible to stain

The shirt can repel any water-based liquid, ensuring that it stays both dry and stain-free.

# nanotechnology - Monday 27 May, 2013

Column: Small and mighty – why nanoscience is booming in Ireland

Ten years ago, the global market for nano-enabled materials was €420 million. In 2015, it will be $2.5 trillion. Nanoscience is the future and Ireland is very much part of it, writes John Boland.

# nanotechnology - Friday 8 April, 2011

UCC pioneers new cancer treatment and microchip technology

Huge advances in cancer research and nanoelectronics in Cork hailed as vital for the economy.

# nanotechnology - Wednesday 30 March, 2011

Power your iPod… with your pulse

Scientists have developed technology which could see you binning your iPod charger. Well, eventually.