THAILAND: Experts fight body odour with nanotechnology T-shirt
By just-style.com | 30 November 2006
A T-shirt that that dramatically reduces the impact of body odours with the aid of nanotechnology has been produced by the Thai company United Textile Mills (UTM).
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