Consumers Union holds conference on nanotech in consumer products

We also spoke this week at a conference put on by the Consumers Union (the group responsible for the popular Consumer Reports magazine), entitled “Nanotechnology and the Consumer.” The diverse impact of nanotech on consumer products was highlighted in presentations from Lux Research as well as nanot...

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