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July 24th, 2007
Smith and Nephew Join Nanocode Initiative
Leading medical device company Smith & Nephew is to take part in a new international initiative to develop a Code of Conduct for businesses working with nanotechnologies.
Scientists from the Smith & Nephew Research Centre in York, England, will be part of a multi-disciplined working group launched today (Monday 23 July) by the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA), the Royal Society, Insight Investment and the Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network.
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