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October 9th, 2007

BSI British Standards will publish nine documents for nanotechnology terminology

Abstract:
Standards will underpin the development and commercialization of nanotechnology, and aid efforts to ensure that this is done in an open, safe and responsible manner. Standards will support:
- Safety testing, legislation and regulation
- Worker, public and environmental safety
- Commercialization and procurement
- Patenting and IPR
- Communication about the benefits, opportunities and potential problems associated with nanotechnologies.

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