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November 21st, 2003

Somewhere between scientist and consumer, the message is lost

Abstract:
A few years went by and my journalism career took an unexpected turn into nanotechnology, where I again began to see how media coverage of science could have a direct impact on its development. ... They found that the media created a sense that there were competing, but equally valid, bodies of research. This approach can be seen now in general media reports on nanotechnology, which often give the impression that there is equal division between those who promote and oppose a moratorium on its development.

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