"Open dialog with the media and the public would make sure that people did not see nanotechnology as a threat or build up irrational fears," says risk expert Christoph Lauterwasser of the Allianz Center for Technology. I agree. NanoBot may be a one-man media outlet, but it's the only one that's devoted to public understanding of nanotechnology and that can claim a broad readership of environmentalists, policymakers, business leaders, scientists, innovators, educators, students ... and the "public" that's so often referred to in the abstract. They're all here. Let's talk.
Tuesday, June 07, 2005
Posted by Howard Lovy at 6/07/2005 06:42:00 AM