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March 2nd, 2005
It isnít science that drives the nanotechnology news agenda
The event on nanotechnology at the Dana Centre in London last night was interesting in that it focused, not on what scientists or technologists think that nanotechnology is or will be, but on the way the subject is portrayed in popular culture and the media. The conclusions are rather sobering for any scientists who still believe that itís their laboratory work that sparks public interest in nanotechnology.
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