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in the News...
The FDA has cleared another silver-based
product. The AlphaSan® antimicrobial additive ( CAS Number: 265647-11-8
) is a zirconian phosphate-based ceramic ion-exchane resin made with
silver, and has been cleared by the FDA as an acceptable food contact
"On surfaces treated
with AlphaSan antimicrobial, bacteria still find their way. However,
they get an extra special dose of silver ions." - Milliken Corp.
Read more: FDA clears silver-based antimicrobial additive...
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in the News...
nanoparticle coated cotton fibers, for the first time, has been introduced
into fashion wear. Scientists at Cornell University have developed
a "flu and cold preventing" fibre that is being featured in the "Glitterati" clothing
line introduced by Olivia Ong at the College of Human Ecology's Department
of Fiber Science and Apparel Design. One square yard of the high tech
cotton cloth costs $10,000.00.
Read more: Cold
and Flu Preventing Silver Nanotechnology enters Fashion Market
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