Nanotechnology is the science and technology of manipulating molecules and atoms at the molecular level to create devices with new molecular properties, organizations and functions.1 Devices such as new computers that are billions of times more powerful than any currently available2 and boxes the size of sugar cubes that can hold the entire content of the Library of Congress are examples of the power of nanotechnology.
The Regulation of Nanomedicine: Will the Existing Regulatory Scheme of the FDA Suffice?,
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