Ethics, Risk, and Nanotechnology: Responsible Approaches to Dealing with Risk View Full Text


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DATE

2009

ABSTRACT

Nanotechnology arises from the convergence of basic research in physics, chemistry and biology, and is often considered one of the most promising technologies for the future of humanity. However, while the prefix “nano” has leaked into popular language, its very concept is still unclear to most people. Nanotechnology is innovative in character; it is currently moving from the laboratory to industrial manufacturing and marketing; significant public and private investments are going into development and promotion; and the anticipated benefits are considerable. For all of these reasons, the Québec Commission de l'éthique de la science et de la technologie (CEST) has decided to explore nanotechnology from an ethical perspective and to publish a position statement on the subject. For the purpose of a global reflection on nanotechnology, the Commission has deemed important to consider such aspects as the size of nanometric particles, the means of manipulating materials (top-down and bottom-up), multidisciplinary approaches and the convergence of disciplines with respect to nanotechnology as well as a general fascination with nanotechnology. These aspects provided the foundation of the ethical questions addressed by the Commission. More... »

PAGES

75-89

Book

TITLE

Nanotechnology & Society

ISBN

978-1-4020-9385-2
978-1-4020-6209-4

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