NBC News (New York, NY: 136.0 million unique monthly visits)
September 10, 2018
Publicized in: ACS National Meeting news release
A sunken 16th-century British warship that was once the pride of King Henry VIII’s fleet is getting a high-tech touch-up — with help from microscopic magnets designed to preserve the ship’s once-waterlogged wood for generations to come. … There are thousands of other shipwrecks around the world that could be treated with these magnetic nanoparticles, according to [research presented at a meeting of] the American Chemical Society, and they could also be used to save other historic artifacts.