Africa: Lack of Nanotech Regulations Leaves Developing World Exposed
October 31, 2013 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]Grenoble -Nanotechnology is a promising field, but a lack of regulation means there is uncertainty over the safety of its implementation, particularly in developing countries. This week I received some unexpected insights on nanotechnology and its relationship with industry in different parts of the world. I have been visiting GIANT (Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies), an interdisciplinary alliance of research institutions in France devoted to promoting scientific development and building links betwe
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