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Information and Resources
Nanotechnology, Commodities and Development
This page provides information and documents regarding the International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Commodities and Development that Meridian Institute convened in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in May 2007.
Nanotechnology, Water and Development
This page provides information and documents regarding the International Workshop on Nanotechnology, Water and Development that Meridian Institute convened in Chennai, India in October 2006.
Nanotechnology and the Poor: Opportunities and Risks - Closing the Gaps Within and Between Sectors of Society – (Report available with graphics and without graphics)
This page provides links to a report that Meridian Institute released in January 2005 to raise awareness about the implications of nanotechnology, including both potential opportunities and risks, for poor people.