NANO Supermarket Unveils New Products

NextNature.net
October 23rd 2012

From sleek fashion to life-saving medicines. During the forthcoming Dutch Design Week, our lustrous NANO Supermarket debuts a new line of speculative nano products that might hit store shelves within the next decade.

Our visionary products promise to provoke debate about the day-to-day applications of nanotechnology. Among the eleven fresh offerings are the Energy Belt, which converts excess fat into electricity, and Biophilia, a donor organ woven by transgenic silkworms. Other newcomers include glow-in-the-dark dog poop, gender-selecting condoms and a teddybear that detects nicotine.

NANO Supermarket @ Dutch Design Week
Location: 18 Septemberplein in Eindhoven
Dates: 21 - 28 Oktober 2012 - 10:00-18:00

More info on the NANO Supermarket website.

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