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December 13th, 2005

Nanotech for poverty alleviation

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: With a focus on near-term nanotech, the Meridian Institute has launched Nanotechnology and Development News, a free daily service delivering news on how nanotechnology can help alleviate poverty.

For how more advanced nanotech can help in the longer term, see Chapter 8 of Unbounding the Future.

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