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October 26, 2010

Carbon nanotubes can make building materials that move without motors

ARchitechtural company Decker Yeadon is using carbon nanotubes to make electrically conductive Nanoink, which can be used to make building material able to move without motors. This means that one day your windows might be able to open and close independent of you, but completely responsive to a number of other factors such as room temperature, with no mechanical parts required.





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