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date: 23 October 2019

Nanotechnology (China and India: Assessing Sustainability)  

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability
Author(s):
Tim HILGERTim HILGER, Darryl S. L. JARVISDarryl S. L. JARVIS

Nanotechnology has rapidly emerged as one of the most commercially promising sciences. China, Taiwan, and India, in their aim to shift from manufacturing to knowledge-based economies, are trying to position themselves as global leaders in nanotech research and development. Their success will depend on critical factors such as the design of regulatory frameworks and the promotion of research and development, both of which they approach very differently. ...

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