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GM plants use carbon nanofibres

Nanotechnology

Azonano.com, August 15, 2005

Researchers are developing new techniques that use nanoparticles for smuggling foreign DNA into cells.

Nano's Troubled Waters: Part I

Nanotechnology

ETC Group Genotype
Thursday, 1 April 2004
www.etcgroup.org

Latest toxic warning shows nanoparticles cause brain damage in aquatic species and highlights need for a moratorium on the release of new nanomaterials

Nanotech Particles Penetrate Living Cells and Accumulate in Animal Organs

Nanotechnology

Date: July 23, 2002
May/June 2002 Issue # 76
Article source: ETC Group
Website:ETC Group

No Small Matter!

Nanotech Particles Penetrate Living Cells and Accumulate in Animal Organs

Nanotechnology: Size Matters! The Case for a Global Moratorium

Nanotechnology

Date: April 14, 2003
ETC Group Occasional Paper Series Volume 7, No. 1 April 2003
No Small Matter II: The Case for a Global Moratorium
Size Matters!

Industry and government regulators maintain that the unique size and properties of nanoscale materials do not warrant a closer look at the potential health, safety and environmental impacts. In this Occasional Paper, ETC Group explains why size matters!

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