Dra. Noela Invernizzi: Guest Co-Editor of NanoTechnology Law & Business Journal Special Issue

Dra. Noela Invernizzi {Professor at Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brasil; co-chair of Red Latinoamericana de Nanotecnología y Sociedad (ReLANS) network; co-author of NanoTechnology's Controversial Role for the South; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Fellow} will guest edit NLB's "Researching Nanotechnology in the Private Sector" volume in collaboration with Dr. Sarah Davies {of Arizona State University's Center for NanoTechnology in Society, USA}. 

TINCers are invited to submit works pertinent to - among other possible topics -

• legal frameworks concerning EHS and IP;
• emergent corporate self-regulation;
• CSR and nanotechnology;
• meta-industries: consultancy, legal services, and PR in nano-business



via e-mail: noela [at] ufpr.br

via courier:

Universidade Federal do Paraná
Avenida Prefeito Lothário Meissner, 632
Jardim Botânico
Prédio do Setor de Ciências Sociais Aplicadas, andar Térreo
80210-170 Curitiba (PR) BRASIL
+55 41 33604354


Article length should not exceed 8,000 words {inclusive of references}.

NLB legal citations customarily conform to The Bluebook's Uniform System; this Special Issue shall follow Chicago Manual of Style footnote styling. Editorial support will be provided.






noela [at] ufpr.br OR sarah.davies [at] asu.edu



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