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July 28th, 2003

Greenpeace warns of microscopic pollutants

Excitement over nanotechnology is attracting billions in government and private funding. Now the hot new science, which deals with manmade structures just a few billionths of a meter in size, is drawing something else: antagonists in the environmental movement. So far, there's no evidence nanotech poses much danger. And if predictions play out, the new materials are likely to aid the environment.

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