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January 27th, 2006

Pacific Research Institute disputes prominent nano report

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: "The Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a California-based free-market think tank, has challenged the conclusions reached by a recent report released by the Woodrow Wilson International Center that claims that U.S. laws and regulations cannot adequately protect the public against the risks of nanotechnology. PRI believes that calls for stricter nanotechnology laws would be a serious public policy mistake."

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