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April 12th, 2005
Nanomaterials: How much is too much?
Good things may come in small packages, but what are the effects of those small packages on humans and the environment? New research on nanomaterials – materials billionths of a meter in size – at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine may help answer some of those questions.
"... we really do not know their impact on human health. It is just too early to speculate."
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