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June 27th, 2007

A glance at the debut issue of Nanoethics: A new journal

Abstract:
Nanoethics is an emerging discipline with plenty of question marks, writes John Weckert, a senior lecturer in information technology at Charles Sturt University, in Australia, and the editor in chief of this new publication. The journal, he says, will seek "to advance the examination of ethical and social issues surrounding nanotechnologies in a philosophically rigorous and scientifically informed manner."

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