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April 14th, 2005

Nanotechnology and the developing world

Abstract:
Richard Jones: Thereís a rather sceptical commentary from Howard Lovy about a BBC report on a study from Peter Singer and coworkers. At the centre of the report is a list of areas in which the authors feel that nanotechnology can make positive contributions to the developing world. Howardís piece attracted some very sceptical comments from Jim Thomas, of the ETC Group.

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