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Nanotechnology Global database

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posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 09:13 AM
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ASU Professors Launch Global Database of Government Documents on Nanotechnology
www.azonano.com...


A global database of government documents on nanotechnology is being launched by three law professors at Arizona State University who, with their colleagues in Australia and Belgium, have corralled and organized a massive number of regulatory documents dealing with the rapidly advancing technology.

The archive will enable government regulators, industry officials, public-interest groups, educators, students and the public to search for a variety of documents from every country in the world, and from every level of government. Its creation comes at a time when the worldwide regulation of nanotechnology is expected to ramp up considerably, in an attempt to keep pace with the science...

"The Web site is intended to operate as an edited wiki, and we urge users from around the globe to edit, add, delete and comment on the Web site," Sylvester said. "It's a great tool, but it will require users to keep it up-to-date."


Nanotech Regulatory Document Archive
nanotech.law.asu.edu...




posted on Dec, 9 2009 @ 09:22 AM
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The archive will enable government regulators, industry officials, public-interest groups, educators, students and the public to search for a variety of documents from every country in the world, and from every level of government.


Yeah right, like that's ever going to happen.

I bet there are things going on with nanotechnology that these professors don't even know about, let alone most levels of government.

So for it to be publicly searchable?



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