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But, it is not as easy to conjure up an image of “nanotechnology” as it is to envision a bicycle. One can have a different image every time a report of a new application appears. These represent images of the technologies, but what about the risks? The 2006 survey compared people’s perceptions of nanotechnology to a host of others, and found people to be fairly neutral about nanotechnology risks. In fact, survey respondents were less concerned about nanotechnology than DDT (Curall et al. 2006).
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Now, let us try nanotechnology. Does the word nanotechnology conjure up a specific image for you? Do you think of coated fabrics, tiny sensors, bacteriostatic medical devices like catheters, or self-cleaning toilets? Do you think of molecular machines? Bacteria in a fuel cell churning out energy? Does nanotechnology conjure up spybots, like Prey (Creighton 2002)? Nanotechnology involves creating molecules that enable applications in medicine, energy, coatings, sensors, electronics, fabrics, and industrial uses.
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