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February 25th, 2005
UK orders another nanotech review
Science minister Lord Sainsbury said it would ensure current regulations that safeguard the environment and people's health remained robust.
The Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineers' July 2004 report recommended tighter UK and European regulation over some aspects of the tiny science. command public confidence during the development of nanotechnologies."
He stressed it was vital that concerns and gaps in knowledge about nanoscience - which could bring sweeping benefits to society - were covered at an early stage.
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