Close-up of the nanostructures grown on cotton textiles by RMIT University researchers. The image is magnified 150,000 times.
Close-up of the nanostructures grown on cotton textiles by RMIT University researchers. The image is magnified 150,000 times. RMIT University
Close-up of the nanostructures grown on cotton textiles by RMIT University researchers. The image is magnified 150,000 times. RMIT University

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