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December 6th, 2005
Inside CRN, Part 1
The mission of the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology is to raise awareness of the issues presented by advanced nanotechnology: the benefits and dangers, and the possibilities for responsible use. We want to help create a world in which molecular manufacturing is widely used for beneficial purposes, and in which the risks are responsibly managed.
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