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Nanotech ingredients may expose food industry workers to unknown health risks

11/13/2006 - A study recently published by the British Occupational Hygiene Society suggests that workers who manufacture nanotech foods -- foods containing nanoparticles that are expected to behave in a specific manner -- may be exposed to unknown health risks. According to Andrew Maynard, article author and...

Emerging technology is not the answer to the world's social and economic problems

2/15/2006 - I've been reading news reports about how technology is advancing so rapidly that by the year 2050, we're supposed to be able to download our entire consciousness into our laptop computers. That right, just plug in your brain, and apparently you can download your memories and all the data in your head. Now,...

New nanotech risk revealed: runaway green goo could be created by nanobiotech gone bad

7/19/2004 - The potential horrors of nanotechnology seem to keep on coming. Not long after the mythical grey goo threat was dismissed by nanotechnology pioneers, a new threat appears: green goo created by the merging of nanotechnology and biotechnology -- nanobiotech. What is green goo? It's a runaway mass of...

The Top Ten Technologies: Where is Nanotechnology?

7/14/2004 - You probably noticed that nanotechnology isn't on the top 10 list. This is no oversight. Nanotech isn't on the list because nanotechnology has been so distorted by the popular press and researchers who add "nano" to their projects in order to get funding that, today, it essentially means "anything that's...

Nanotech claims lead the way in junk science; phototherapy needs no nano

11/3/2003 9:43:19 PM - This story manages to stumble through such a large number of medical myths that it's breathtaking. At first, the story sounds like it makes good sense: nanotechnology, medicine, microscopic tumors... it's all very scientific, right? Hardly. Above all, this story demonstrates how easy it is to make junk...

I Built A Billion Nanotech Devices Yesterday, And So Did You

11/3/2003 7:38:22 PM - I chose this article because it offers a well grounded summary of the fundamental issues facing nanotechnology. As the article states, the requirement for social acceptance of each new technology isn't that the technology works, it's that the society believes in it. Do people believe in nanotechnology?...

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