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June 21st, 2004

CRN and students team up to tackle nanotechnology issues

The Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN) has announced a program of research projects in a joint collaboration between CRN, instructors, and students. The program is targeted at undergraduate students, though advanced secondary school students also may be able to participate. Mike Treder, Executive Director of CRN, says, “We need to study the numerous urgent issues raised by advanced nanotechnology, but to cover the full spectrum of topics is much more than one organization can do without assistance.”


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