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January 28th, 2007

Degussa Promotes Transparency in Nanotechnology Activities through New Web Site

Abstract:
Degussa GmbH, Dusseldorf, Germany, has a new website on its activities in the field of nanotechnology. Visitors to www.degussa-nano.com can find out more about how Degussa sees the opportunities offered by this technology and the action it takes to make sure it uses it responsibly.

"The purpose of this internet site is to encourage an open debate about the opportunities and risks of nanotechnology," explains Dr. Markus Pridöhl, nanotechnology coordinator at Degussa. "We want to make this technology transparent to the general public."

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