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Combating chemical and bio-terror is a complex issue. Terrorists can strike at any time and with anything. It might be smallpox or salmonella or it could be a chemical nerve agent like sarin. In order to successfully thwart an attack we need to be prepared for all of these at once. Scientists at the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh have developed a material that could quickly and effectively combat all chemical and bio-terror agents without harming our bodies or the environment.

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