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April 22nd, 2005

"Nano-Savvy Journalism": needs tweaking

Abstract:
The Nanotech Company has published a white paper titled "Nano-Savvy Journalism - 7 things every reporter should know before writing about nanotechnology and 7 questions to ask every nano company," currently available on request using a button on their homepage. It's good overall but needs at least two keys tweaks, one on quantum effects and one on nanoscale robotics.

(Ed.'s note: our readers may be interested in reading our Press Kit - it contains a great deal of information that is valuable to journalists and readers alike.)

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