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DATE

2009

AUTHORS

Ashley Shew

ABSTRACT

At a previous job not too long ago, a former colleague of mine was indignant when he came into work. He had been to a department store and had seen “nanopants.”2 When he asked the store clerk about these nanopants, the clerk told him that the pants had miniature robots in them! (Personal conversation, July 2003) Professionals in nanotechnology might need to clear up some misperceptions about nanotechnology. Nanotechnology holds many hopes, but first the field must face some reality. Concerns have already been raised about toxicity of nanoparticles and environmental dangers. Products said to be using nanotechnology are already in the consumer market, from sunscreen to stain resistant pants. Nanotechnology could suffer great backlash if any incidents or tragedies occur. Having a strong code of ethics could aid understanding between nanotechnologists3 and could help save time in response to any contentious situations. By developing a code of ethics, the field would have some group identity in which ethical dilemmas and questions of technology might be framed. Further, nanotechnologists could take the initiative in self-regulation, rather than be forced to meet governmental standards later. More... »

PAGES

127-146

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    TITLE

    Nanotechnology & Society

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

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