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October 14th, 2005
Framing nanotech: products, process, or program?
Richard Jones: If you are a regulator or policy maker considering the possible impacts of nanotechnology, should you consider it solely in terms of the products it produces, should you think of it as a distinct process for making things, or should you ask about the more general socio-economic program of which it is part?
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