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November 24th, 2006

Consumers want comprehensible labelling on nano products

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Consumers who attended the conference on nanotechnology from 18-20 November in Berlin, Germany, called for comprehensible labelling, clear definitions, terms and standards as well as far more research into the potential risks before nanotechnology is used to a greater degree in consumer products.

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