GreenNano series?

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Can't wait to read the legal products ;)

From the USIS:

"The GreenNano series,” Karn said, “is designed to explore everything from new nanotechnology products claiming to be better for the environment – because of saved energy, reduced waste, or safer materials used – to smart engineering and business practices.” The effort also will examine government policies that offer incentives for developing such low-risk practices, and highlight research in green nanotechnology applications, including an eight-session nanotechnology research and environment symposium at the American Chemical Society meeting March 26-30 in Atlanta.

"Nanotechnology holds tremendous potential for pollution prevention and sustainability, especially in the areas of clean water, energy and efficient sensors,” said David Rejeski, director of the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington.