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2001
2003
The next big thing (is practically invisible), Hearn, Kelly , Christian Science Monitor, March 24, 2003, Volume 95, Issue 81, p.17, (2003) Abstract
2005
Nanotechnology and the environment : will emerging environmental regulations stifle the promise ?, Kapin, Mark C., and Hoffer Melissa , National Science and Technology Institute Conference and Trade Show April 11 2005 , 04/2005, Boston, MA, (2005) Abstract

Presentation prepared for the National Science and Technology Institute 2005 NSTI Conference and Trade Show April 11, 2005

Anticipating ethical challenges: Is there a coming era of nanotechnology?, Horner, D. , Ethics and Information Technology, 09/2005, Volume 7, Issue 3, p.127-138, (2005) Abstract
Let's Get Nanotech Right, Krupp, Fred, and Holliday Chad , Wall St reet Journal , June 14, 2005, p.B-2, (2005) Abstract
Exploring potentials of nanotechnologies : avoiding pitfalls of ignored risk perception, Fleischer, Torsten, Hocke Peter, and Grunwald Armin , International Congress of Nanotechnologies (2005 Oct 31-Nov 4 : San Francisco, CA), November 2005, (2005) Abstract
Researchers size up nanotechnology risks, Hampton, Tracy , JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, October 19, 2005, Volume 294, Issue 14, p.1881-1883, (2005) Abstract
2006
Nano-enabled Al : some philosophical issues, Hall, Storrs J. , International Journal of Applied Philosophy, Volume 20, Issue 2, p.247-261, (2006) Abstract
Nanotechnology and privacy : the instructive case of the RFID, van den Hoven, Jeroen , International Journal of Applied Philosophy, Volume 20, Issue 2, p.215-228, (2006) Abstract
Nanotechnology, water, and development, Hille, Thembela, Munasinghe Mohan, Hlope Mbhuti, and Deraniyagala Yvani , Global dialogue on nanotechnology and the poor : opportunities and risks , p.44 p., (2006) Abstract
How well do gloves and respirators block nanoparticles? , Halford, Bethany , Chemical Science and Engineering News , 05/2006, Volume 84, Issue 18, p.14, (2006) Abstract