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June 1st, 2004

Scholars Probe Nanotechnology's Promise and Its Potential Problems

Abstract:
With a revolution in everything from toys to tumors on the horizon, scientists in the nanotechnology arena are working to gain the public's trust. Hoping to both anticipate pitfalls and head off a publicity fiasco, policymakers and scientists are promoting research and public discussion on environmental, ethical, economic, and other societal implications of the burgeoning field of nanotechnology.

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Physics Today

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