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October 20th, 2005

Penn tries to dispel myths about nanotechnology

Abstract:
The University of Pennsylvania aims to be on the cutting edge of nanotechnology, a far-reaching science with endless applications; but it also wants to head off the kind of backlash that has hampered progress in other hot-button topics like stem-cell research and genetically engineered foods.

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