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February 03, 2006

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Sharlissa Moore

Dear students interested in nanotechnology:
Have you heard of Student Pugwash? It may be an organization that is of interest to you. Student Pugwash's mission is to promote social responsibility in technology. We prepare science, technology, and policy students to make social responsibility the focus of their academic and professional endeavors. Student Pugwash USA is the US student affiliate of the Pugwash Conference, recipients of the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize. Check out what we have to say about nanotechnology at http://www.spusa.org/issue/nano/nano_brief.html

Interested in being involved? There are lots of ways to be involved in SPUSA. Sign up for our listserv at www.spusa.org. Attend a regional conference! The next conference is March 31- April 1 at Purdue University. Visit http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~pugwash/articles/category/events/ for details. The conference will focus on scientific integrity in the pharmaceutical industry and will feature Arden Bement, Director of the National Science Foundation, as the keynote speaker. Tell your friends!

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