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March 10th, 2003

Review of NanoVentures 2003 Conference

Abstract:
This review is presented to all interested parties including USC's NanoCenter and the USC-NC-NIRT grant team on societal and ethical implications of nanotechnology. It has been composed by Dr. Berube and edited by his TA4 team of Alan Hancock, John Shipman and Michael Yehl. Dr. Berube has been studying nanotechnology since 1986.

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