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International Nanotechnology and Society Network
International Nanotechnology and Society Network
PO Box 874401 Tempe, AZ 85287 USA

The International Nanotechnology and Society Network (INSN) is a coalition of organizations and individuals involved in advancing knowledge, promoting institutional innovation, engaging policy processes, and improving decisions related to the societal impacts of nanotechnologies and other areas of innovation that nanotechnology may help to enable.

TERC
TERC
2067 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140 USA

TERC is committed to achieving this vision by improving mathematics and science teaching and learning. Our work in mathematics and science education includes research, curriculum and technology development, and implementation support in the form of professional development and assistance to districts and schools.

SAFENANO
SAFENANO
Research Avenue North Riccarton Edinburgh, EH14 4AP UK

SAFENANO exists to help industrial and academic communities identify, assess and control the risks to their workforce, consumers, the general population and the environment, through both information provision and scientific services.

National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
4201 Wilson Boulevard Stafford II, Suite 405 Arlington, VA 22230 USA

The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) provides technical and administrative support to the Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology (NSET) Subcommittee, which mananges the National Nanotechnology Initiative--the program established in fiscal year 2001 to coordinate Federal nanotechnology research and development.

Center for Nanoscale Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Systems
Center for Nanoscale Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Systems
4400 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory 1206 W. Green Street Urbana, IL 61801 USA

Research in the Center for Nanoscale Chemical-Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Systems (Nano-CEMMS) at the University of Illinois addresses a central problem in the development of nanotechnology: how to assemble structures at sizes smaller than can be seen (or transduced) and manipulated (or transcribed). The Center's goal is to develop a reliable, robust and cost-effective nanomanufacturing system to make nanostructures from multiple materials.

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