Using 4 Billion Years of Nature’s Research to Fight Obesity

Nanotechnologists using tiny balls of engineered cellulose fibers added to food reduced fat absorption by half in lab and animal experiments.
Chemical intervention is about unsavory as it sounds, although it is often the only choice science and pharmacologists provide for some ailments. Professor Philip Demokritou, Director of Harvard's Center for Nanotechnology and Nanotoxicology believes that we can learn more from nature and use more nature-inspired and derived materials because we have 4 billion years of free R&D there.
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