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William Ruckelshaus and J. Clarence Davies

An EPA for the 21st century

By William Ruckelshaus and J. Clarence Davies
July 7, 2007

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TODAY'S smallest of materials pose a big opportunity and a huge challenge for the Environmental Protection Agency. Nanotechnology is the technology of the very small -- the manipulation of things at the level of individual atoms and molecules, the use of materials that are 1/80,000 th the width of a human hair. (Full article: 783 words)

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