Thursday, December 07, 2006

Comments from an NNI Architect

On Tuesday, Dr. Neal Lane (former science advisor to Pres. Clinton) spoke at the Woodrow Wilson Center as part of an event organized by its Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies. Lane outlined three steps to avoid the "possible occurrence of an environmental or safety problem that could reduce public confidence or financial investment" in nano. These included more money for EHS research and a plan to "infuse nanotechnology education" into all school curricula. You can read more about what Lane suggested at:

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