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Home > News > President's S&T Council Briefed on Nanotechnology Issues

April 15th, 2004

President's S&T Council Briefed on Nanotechnology Issues

Abstract:
The nation's science and engineering workforce, education, and innovation system were discussed during the morning session of a March 30 meeting of the President's Council of Advisers on Science and Technology (PCAST), as reported in FYI #48. After lunch, the Council members heard about current research on the health and environmental impacts of nanomaterials, and the efforts of federal agencies to regulate them.

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