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October 8th, 2003

Nanotechnology – small scale large impact

Abstract:
What impact will nanotechnology have for health care professionals, the patients they treat and their families? Much has been reported on how nanotechnology will affect our lives but what do you think? Your views will form part of the BA’s consultation on nanotechnology. Join Professor John Ryan, University of Oxford, and Paul Miller, Demos, who will share their views and participate in the discussion on what impact nanotechnology will have on future health treatments. 16 October 2003 Conference Room 2, Level 3, Olympia 2, Kensington, London, W14 8UX

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