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April 30th, 2006

Nanopundits duke it out at National Press Club

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Washington DC was the place to be today, for the Center on Nanotechnology and Society’s 1st Annual Conference on Nanopolicy and the Human Future held at the National Press Club. Much learned nanopunditry from both sides of the big issues. Sean Murdock of the Nanobusiness Alliance and John Sargent of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce valiantly explained the dynamics of this new tech revolution, while a couple of speakers seemed to be under the impression that complaining about nanotech would somehow slow its advance.

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