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Lessons from before and after nanotech


By csep - Posted on 22 February 2013

TitleLessons from before and after nanotech
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsToumey, Chris
JournalNature Nanotechnology
Volume7
Issue10
Pagination611 - 612
Date Published10/2012
ISSN Number1748-3395
KeywordsSocietal Implications
Abstract

The article focuses on the common features of ethical questions related to biotechnology, nanotechnology and synthetic biology. It mentions that distributive justice is the first common feature arising from new technology which means that rich should not become richer on the cost of making poor poorer. It informs that the company ETC Group opposes new technologies and says that the risks emerging from them are unknown, unfair and unpalatable.

DOI10.1038/nnano.2012.173
Short TitleNature Nanotech

 
 
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