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Japan eyes cellulose nanofibre that's stronger than steel

Tokyo

THE molecules of plant fibres are being transformed into a lightweight material five times stronger than steel that can be used to make everything from car parts to electronic displays.

No wonder the technology, called cellulose nanofibre, has piqued interest in Japan, where

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