I am currently participating in a (ahem…) “blogversation” about nanotechnology on the website run by the publications division of the American Chemical Society. There’s an introduction to the event here, and you can read the first entry here; the conversation has got started around those hoary issues of nanoparticle toxicity and nanohype. Contributors, besides me, include David Berube, Janet Stemwedel, Ted Sargent, and Rudy Baum, Editor in Chief of Chemical and Engineering News.
2 thoughts on “Nanotechnology discussion on the American Chemical Society website”
“Blogversation”? I’m sure that term is gonna catch on…
Judging from some of Rudy Baum’s ridiculous statements that are being profiled in Scientific American, he would do best to go hide under a rock.
The American Chemical Society smells like a corporation
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