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February 1st, 2003
Shutdown of nanotech irresponsible and dangerous, says CRN
A decision to halt all research and development into nanotechnology would be irresponsible and dangerous, according to the non-profit Center for Responsible NanotechnologyTM, an independent policy research group. This statement comes in response to a lengthy report issued by the watchdog group ETC, which recommends that governments declare an immediate moratorium on commercial production of new nanomaterials.
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