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Making nanotechnology work for developing countries

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Recent policy debates about Nanotechnology have included discussion of the potential benefits for people in developing countries, from water purification to cheap solar power. This seminar will focus on one recent experiment in public engagement, conducted in Harare in July 2006, which sought to hear and amplify the voices of people in developing countries. The aim of this seminar is to share findings with scientists and social scientists, and to continue the conversation about how to make technology work for the poor.

This talk is part of the Nanoscience Centre Seminar Series series.

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