Nanotech innovators face fear of new technology

11/3/2009 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Nanotechnology has become a next-generation science that is fueling innovation from small and large companies. However, innovation is preceding federal guidance on health issues, and emerging research suggests carbon nanotubes could damage the lungs if they are inhaled. As a result, makers of nanomaterials may have difficulty finding buyers and investors because of a fear of new and unknown technology.

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