Public forum presentation at Exploratorium centers on EHS, economic issues

Last week we co-presented at an NSF-sponsored public forum on nanotechnology with Berkeley professor and quantum-dot guru Paul Alivisatos at San Francisco’s Exploratorium. The Bay-Area audience was its usual mix of rabid ecologists and rabid technophiles, both of whom had sharp questions for the pre...

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