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February 3rd, 2004

A Sad Jab at the 'Bad Rad Lab'

There were only 20-30 people at Thursday's "Bad Rad Lab" protests against the Molecular Foundry groundbreaking at Berkeley, but it bugs me, nevertheless. The contrarian in me understands the power of protest to make a point, but the journalist in me winces when the protests are based on uneducated assumptions. As I've written before, though, if the people are uninformed about science and technology policy issues, we in the niche media should be held partially responsible.

Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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