Nanotechnology: A Policy Primer

Nanotechnology: A Policy Primer
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Nanotechnology: A Policy Primer. John F. Sargent Jr. Specialist in Science and Technology Policy. September 15, Congressional Research Service. [Excerpt] Nanoscale science, engineering, and technology—commonly referred to collectively as nanotechnology—is believed by many to offer.

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