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November 3rd, 2004

Sense About Science, Nonsense About the Environment

Sense About Science, a UK organisation founded to "to promote an evidence-based approach to scientific issues in the public domain" has been caught talking nonsense. A letter to the Times from Greenpeace Chief Scientist Doug Parr rightly, in our view, slaps director Tracey Brown’s wrists over her comments concerning Greenpeace’s alleged opposition to nanotechnology.


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