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July 29th, 2005
Wanted: 400 Nanotech "Stakeholders"
Mike Treder: Last week, we told you about an exciting Participatory Nanotech Event being planned for October 1, 2005, in Austin, Texas.
Yesterday, Chris and I got to spend a long time on the phone with Dr. Leslie Jarmon, organizer of the STS Civic Forum on the Societal Implications of Nanotechnology. She explained to us in detail how the program will be handled. It's an ambitious project, to say the least, and if it succeeds the results could be highly useful.
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