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November 9th, 2005
Who’s in charge?
Richard Jones: ... I think it’s fair to say that the overall feeling towards nanotechnology was pretty negative. This was based on two things - an unease about untested nanoparticles in cosmetics, and a deeper unhappiness about the whole idea of human enhancement, particularly in a military context. I think we had a fairly productive discussion about both aspects.
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