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April 29th, 2003
Halting nanotech research 'illogical', says pioneer
Groups from Canadian bioethicists to the UK's Prince of Wales have expressed fears about the safety of nanotechnology. Other critics dismiss the emerging field as hopelessly overhyped. In an exclusive interview, New Scientist put these concerns to the man who coined the phrase nanotechnology, Eric Drexler.
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