Institute for Food and Agricultural Standards issues nanotechnology report

Mar. 23, 2007 — The Institute for Food and Agricultural Standards has published a new report, An Issues Landscape for Nanotechnology Standards: Report of a Workshop. The document discusses critical issues surrounding five standards themes it says affect the growing nanotechnologies sector: (1) timing and standards-setting, (2) product vs. process standards, (3) international harmonization, (4) integration of operational standards, and (5) participation and transparency.

The report is available for free downloadeding from the IFAS web site.


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