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Cambridge considers nanotech curbs

City may mimic Berkeley bylaws

By Hiawatha Bray
Globe Staff / January 26, 2007

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The Cambridge City Council is considering a law to regulate the use of super-small nanoparticles in research and manufacturing. If the council decides to act, it will make Cambridge the second city in the United States, after Berkeley, Calif., to regulate nanotechnology. (Full article: 784 words)

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