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November 22nd, 2004
Public shares nanotech fears
CSIRO needs to be more open about multimillion dollar developments like nanotechnology, and do a better job at including the public in setting its research agenda, a new report has found.
As a result of the discussions, the CSIRO project team that organised the workshop drew up a check-list of community issues. The team said this could be part of CSIRO's response to community needs on technology.
ABC Science Online
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