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March 27th, 2007
The UK government has failed to fund adequate research into potential risks posed by developing nanotechnology, a report by leading advisors has warned.
As well as not spotting possible harmful effects, the UK risked losing its world lead in nanoscience, it said.
The Council for Science and Technology (CST) review examined progress on government commitments made in 2005.
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