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April 25th, 2006
What CRN Would Tell Them
Mike Treder: As noted yesterday, Chris and I were asked an interesting question during a recent interview:
"If you had the collective attention of every policy maker and stakeholder, what would you tell them about advanced nanotechnologies?"
We thought a lot about this, and tried to give a fairly simple and straighforward answer -- although that doesn't mean our advice would be easy to follow!
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