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Published on Thursday, 06 February 2014

Hohenstein textile study okays nanoparticles

Written by Brett Mathews

nanoBONNINGHEIM – A leading German textile testing body has published the results of two three-year studies on the increasingly pressing issue of nanoparticle safety. In its findings, the Hohenstein Institute, concluded that the tested textiles it treated with nanoparticles posed little to no risk to human health or ecosystems.


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