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African Journal of Biotechnology
The need to fulfil and address the United Nations millennium goals in developing countries is essential and recently nanotechnology has proved and shown potential to change and improve many sectors of African industry, from consumer products to health care to transportation, energy and agriculture. In addition to these societal benefits, nanotechnology presents new opportunities to improve how we measure, monitor, manage, and minimize contaminants in the environment. This article then providesdoi:10.5897/ajb2016.15254 fatcat:wgecd3azkvbfhegt42v6s7ucve