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September 24th, 2004
Panel explores scope of nanoscience
Since President Clinton's announcement of the National Nanotechnology Initiative during a visit to Caltech in January 2000, scientific and engineering disciplines across the nation have engaged researchers in the science of the infinitesimal.
... as the burgeoning field progresses, policy-makers and scientists are also working to ensure that proper precautions are in place to protect humans and the natural environment from unknown consequences.
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