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June 15th, 2005
Does 10% = Halfway?
Mike Treder: So, if the U.S. and other governments were to earmark 10% of their nanotech funding for environmental, health and safety (EHS) risks, would that be enough? Would it satisfy CRN's concerns?
Not even close.
Unfortunately, that will not take us even halfway to where we need to go. At least two separate sets of studies are needed.
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