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April 17th, 2007
An article in Chemical & Engineering News argues that, for effective rules and regulations in nanotechnology to be set, science must play a key role.
With a growing of nanotechnology-based products hitting the market, concerns about the safety of this technology are high. After all, one health or environmental scare could put an untimely end to what many experts believe is a promising field.
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