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Power of Small
At “Nanotechnology: The Power of Small” users can visit an online forum to deliberate and share ideas, watch experts on a Fred Friendly Seminars panel struggle with real life dilemmas, view the outcome of Nanofutures, a series of deliberative democracy forums, visit a range of nanotechnology-related events at Science Centers around the country, or just gather information about this powerful new suite of technologies and the opportunities and challenges they present.
NanoBio-RAISE combines ethics research in nanobiotechnology with science communication. This interdisciplinary project brings together nanobiotechnologists, ethicists and communication specialists with the aims to anticipate the societal and ethical issues likely to arise as nanobiotechnologies develop and to use the lessons from the GM debate to respond to the probable public concerns. NanoBio-RAISE is a 6th Framework Programme Science & Society Co-ordination Action funded by the European Commission.
The Innovation Society : Nano Safety, Risk & Regulation
Our mission is to support the innovation We do this by:
* Establishing an International Stakeholder-Network on regulatory issues
* Monitoring and evaluation of international safety-, risk- and regulation-data
* Promoting Public communication and dissemination of relevant data.
* Collaborative policy activities that develop international standards for engineered nanostructure (actionplans, safety guidelines, best practices)
* Organising Stakeholder Conferences & Events where international regulators and nano-professionals meet.
Terasem Journals : The Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology
Address: Satellite Beach
Awaken the Universe — Introducing the
Order of Cosmic Engineers
Philippe Van Nedervelde, co-founder of the Order of Cosmic Engineers, discusses the benefits and methods to developing the technologies purported to enhance, thus expand, human health and life spans.
Center for Nanotechnology in Society
In 2005, the U.S. National Science Foundation announced a set of major grants in nanotechnology in society, including the creation of Centers for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University (CNS-ASU) and at the University of California, Santa Barbara (CNS-UCSB) to pursue scholarship on and methodological and theoretical approaches to the social studies of nanotechnology. With its $6.2 million award from NSF (# 0531194), CNS-ASU is the largest center for research, education and outreach on the societal aspects of nanotechnology in the world.
The Nanoethics Group
Address: San Luis Obispo
Founded in 2003, The Nanoethics Group is a research & education organization – not an advocacy, activist or watchdog group. What makes us different is that, where other organizations have already made up their minds either for or against nanotechnology, or are tied to certain interests, we have no agenda other than to keep an open mind and go where analysis & common sense lead us.
We also approach ethical and policy issues in nanotechnology from an opposite direction. In contrast to scientists and advocates who comment on matters of philosophy, we are professional ethicists with the right business and scientific background to share insights into the discipline we know best.
The Center on Nanotechnology and Society ( CONAS )
Drawing on the resources of IBHF, including its wide network of fellows that represent diverse sectors of society (see www.thehumanfuture.org), CONAS hosts consultations through the Chicago Nano Forum, and sponsors national symposia.
Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN)
The Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN) is a non-profit research and advocacy think tank concerned with the major societal and environmental implications of advanced nanotechnology. We are a modern, networked, virtual organization — with no “brick and mortar” — a collection of more than 100 volunteers, over 1000 interested followers, and a small team of primary coordinators. We are also independent, with no direct affiliation to any government, business, or academic organization.
Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN), Chinese
Long description In order to provide well-grounded and complete information, clear explanation, and workable proposals, CRN studies, clarifies, and researches the issues involvedpolitical, economic, military, humanitarian, and technological. CRN presents the results for both technical and popular audiences, and works to supply the information as effectively as possible. The purpose of CRN is to investigate the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of molecular manufacturing, and to educate those who will influence its use, or be affected by it.
La nanotecnología responsable es un concepto relativamente nuevo aplicado a una ciencia totalmente revolucionaria – la Nanotecnología. Se refiere a la gestión responsable que controle los riesgos potenciales de la nanotecnología, y potencie los beneficios en nombre de la humanidad.El Centro de Nanotecnología Responsable y Euroresidentes han llegado a un acuerdo de colaboración para difundir las teorías sobre la gestión responsable de la nanotecnología en el mundo de habla española.