Researchers discuss consumer nanotechnology perception at AAAS conference

While at the AAAS meeting, we also saw several presenters whose focus is not the physical, but rather the social aspects of nanotechnology. Jennifer Kuzma of the University of Minnesota coined a new term, ""anticipatory governance,"" to encompass real-time technology assessment, upstream public enga...

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