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October 4th, 2005
Taiwan focusing on nanotechnology; how about nanoethics?
The self-funded and self-driven California-based The Nanoethics Group, which defines itself as a non-partisan think tank to study the societal, ethical and policy implications of nanotechnology, is interested in partnering with Taiwan to study the dangers of nanotechnology.
The Nanoethics Group
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