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        Could Spinach Be Used to Detect Bombs?

        Most people look at spinach and see the makings of a healthy salad or side dish. MIT researcher Michael Strano and his team see the leafy green vegetable as a perfect tool for monitoring the environment. In a new paper published this week in Nature Materials, Strano describes how he embedded spinach with carbon nanotubes designed to detect compounds found in bombs.

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