The International Council on Nanotechnology (ICON) is developing a wiki on occupational practices for managing nanomaterials. We would be interested in receiving feedback about how best to design this site to be useful to OEHS officers...


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Comment by András Paszternák, PhD (founder) on August 10, 2008 at 8:51pm
dear Cheryl,

tousend and tousend researchers work on the topic toxicity of nanomaterials, if you see the calls of EU in nanotechnology, you can see, that there are many topic, funds for this kind of research

how many people died due to electricity (accidents, atom,...)... and we use it, why we need it...

i think so is this also with nanoscience... if you have cancer, and hope, that you can survive thanks nanoscience, than you have a other view of nanoscience

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