By Columbus’ Beard!

Decongel, a polymeric hydrogel for containing and 'decontaminating’ radiological material is one of the three finalists for the Columbus Foundation Homeland Security Award for 2009. Devised by the Polymers division of Cellular Bioengineering Inc - http://www.decongel.com/index.html - their Decongel is deemed to have made a 'measurable and constructive contribution… to homeland security.’ A new product and a new company – thanks to Columbus for bringing it to our attention.

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Decongel, a polymeric hydrogel for containing and 'decontaminating’ radiological material is one of the three finalists for the Columbus Foundation Homeland Security Award for 2009. Devised by the Polymers division of Cellular Bioengineering Inc - http://www.decongel.com/index.html - their Decongel is deemed to have made a 'measurable and constructive contribution… to homeland security.’ A new product and a new company – thanks to Columbus for bringing it to our attention.


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