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Does nanotech have a gender?

Nature Nanotechnology volume 7, page 412 (2012) | Download Citation


Gender is less of an issue in nanotechnology than in other areas of science and technology but, as Chris Toumey explains, public attitudes to nanotech do depend on gender.

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  1. Chris Toumey is at the University of South Carolina NanoCenter

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