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June 6th, 2006
Nanotechnology Oversight and Risk: It's Your Business!
Nanotechnology is moving out of laboratories and into factories, stores and homes, and waste streams. With Lux Research reporting more than $32 billion in products incorporating emerging nanotechnology sold last year and global nanotechnology R&D spending reaching $9.6 billion annually, governments around the world are looking at ways to ensure workplace, consumer and environmental health and safety.
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