EHS experts agree that standard product lifecycle assessments suitable for nanotechnology

Last week we participated in a Nanotechnology and Life Cycle Assessment Workshop, put on by the Wilson Center’s Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, which brought together experts in product lifecycle assessment (LCA) and nanotechnology. We’ve been saying for some time that it’s important to consid...

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