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Blacklist of Nanoproducts to Appear
18.01.2008 13:46
Blacklist of Nanoproducts to Appear

Russian state authorities consider majority of products, carrying nano prefix, to speculate on a trendy term.
      A solution lies in compilation of a classification system for nanotechnological products. State officials also point at the necessity of performing thorough and complex safety studies of products and materials, used in and produced by means of nanotechnologies. The rest of the world also lacks a complete solution for this problem.
      Another burning issue is protection of developers rights, solving which will make a great contribution to innovation economy. Latest amendments to nanotech legislation regulate federal technologies and patent attorneys.
      Source: Science News


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