Vol. 28 Nbr. 1, June 2010
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- Disrupting conventional policy: the three faces of nanotechnology.
- The scientific basis for the regulation of nanoparticles: challenging Paracelsus and Pare.
- Precautionary governance and the limits of scientific knowledge: a democratic framework for regulating nanotechnology.
- The private dimension in the regulation of nanotechnologies: developments in the industrial chemicals sector.
- A new soft law approach to nanotechnology oversight: a voluntary product certification scheme.
- When less liability may mean more precaution: the case of nanotechnology.
- Ecologic: nanotechnology, environmental assurance bonding, and symmetric humility.
- An integrated approach to nanotechnology governance.