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May 23rd, 2005
A panel made up of ordinary members of the public is to debate the pros and cons of emerging nanotechnologies.
The citizens' jury, called NanoJury UK, will spend five weeks from 25 May exploring the big issues around the tiny science, to help inform policy.
The UK government ordered a review of how the science, the fine control of materials, might impact our future.
The Guardian article: Now we're going public
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