New Research Indicates Concerns Over Nanotech

The Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy (CSTPP) at the University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs (CSTPPUMHIPA) have issued a report calling for more dialogue about nanotechnology, worring that nanotechnologies could be used to “improve human senses, memory, strength and appearance; delay or stop aging; and even control emotion and personality traits.”

The report urges governments to “start thinking now about nanotechnology oversight in a coordinated and comprehensive way” which makes us wonder where they have been hiding for the last few years, or whether they have access to the Internet in Minnesota.

This bandwagon has left the station.

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