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April 23rd, 2004
EU regulation: will Brussels ban our nanotech?
Tim Harper: As a large part of my current workload involves looking at the financial and economic implications of nanotechnology, with drug delivery and medical devices being two of the lowest hanging fruits, there wasnít too much to learn about the technology that hadnít already been covered. However, the two areas of real interest, especially to business, were regulation and toxicology.
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