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October 11th, 2006

When Is A Hazard Not A Hazard?

Abstract:
Tim Harper: The increasingly confused and nanotech obsessed ETC group have launched a competition to design a "Nano-Hazard Symbol" with the prize on offer being that "the winning entry will be submitted to international standard-setting bodies..."

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