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Let's Get Nanotech Right


By csep - Posted on 16 August 2012

TitleLet's Get Nanotech Right
Publication TypeNewspaper Article
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsKrupp, Fred, and Holliday Chad
Corporate AuthorsEnvironmental Defense Fund
NewspaperWall St reet Journal
PaginationB-2
Date PublishedJune 14, 2005
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number0099-9660
KeywordsEnvironmental Aspects, Health Aspects
Abstract

This editorial by members of the Environmental Defense Fund discusses what nanotechnology is and urges caution in moving forward. The authors suggest that the U.S. government needs to invest more in researching the health and environmental risks potentially associated with some nanomaterials, and the potential need to change existing regulations to address the unique properties of some nanomaterials.

URLhttp://www.edf.org/sites/default/files/5177_OpEd_WSJ050614.pdf

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