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March 29th, 2005
Mike Treder: The people who run the Millennium Project of the American Council for the United Nations University (ACUNU) wanted to better understand the "Potential Environmental Pollution and Health Hazards Resulting from Possible Military Uses of Nanotechnology," along with "Implications for Research Priorities Helpful to Prevent and/or Reduce Such Pollution and Hazards."
They put together a panel, which included representation from CRN, and conducted a "Two-Round Expert Delphi" survey. Here's what they did and what they found ...
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