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Miah Starts Upstream Nano to Encourage Foresightful Nanopolicy


Posted: Dec 3, 2007

IEET Fellow Andy Miah and Bettina Hoermann have set up a new email discussion list titled ‘Upstream Nano‘. “We’re aiming to build a special interest group on public engagement and nanoscience and nanotechnology, where an exchange of ideas on the particularities of such work are the focus. Joining the list is simple and information can be found here.”  Andy is increasingly being tapped as a nanomedical thinker by the European policy strata.

If you are interested in nanopolicy also check out the good work of IEET Fellow Mike Treder, his Center for Responsible Nanotechnology and his tireless promotion of nanopolicy on this side of the Atlantic.


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