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January 31st, 2005
Can tiny science bring big solutions to world's poor?
An independent research organisation based in the United States is arranging a global consultation on potential risks and opportunities that nanotechnology represents for developing countries.
As a first step, the Meridian Institute last week (25 January) issued a report reviewing the ways that nanotechnologies could affect developing nations.
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