Showing reports 21 - 25 of 25 in category Ethics, Social Issues:

Societal Implications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Source: National Science Foundation – Publication date: March 2001
Final Report from the Workshop held at the National Science Foundation, Sept. 28-29, 2000.

The Big Down: Atomtech & Technologies Converging at the Nanoscale
Source: ETC Group – Publication date: January 2003
ETC Group, an advocacy group issued a report recommending a halt to some nanotech activities. The report proposes a shutdown of all research and development of molecular manufacturing and reiterates its call for a moratorium on commercial production of new nanomaterials. The report also suggests creating an international forum for evaluating new technologies and a United Nations-led effort to monitor corporations involved in new technologies and their markets.

The Ethics and Politics of Nanotechnology
Source: UNESCO – Publication date: July 2006
Brochure describing the science of nanotechnology and presenting some of the ethical, legal and political issues that face the international community in the near future.

The Social and Economic Challenges of Nanotechnology
Source: Economic and Social Research Council – Publication date: May 2004
This report sets out the technological potential of this new field and illustrates very clearly the issues which nanotechnology raises for society as a whole.

Understanding Public Debate on Nanotechnologies
Source: European Commission – Publication date: January 2010
This publication consists of a series of research articles on the nature of public debate on nanosciences and nanotechnologies, and the ways in which deliberative approaches could lead to better governance of these technologies. The authors of these articles were involved (as coordinators or participants) in a number of now completed European Commission-funded 'Science in Society' projects.

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