Nanotechnologies: Where should they take us? Have your say

Nanopinion has launched two new microsites on nanotechnologies


Nanopinion has launched two new microsites on nanotechnologies

Fri, 10 May 2013

The renowned newspapers The Guardian in the UK and El Mundo in Spain, both partners of nanOpinion, have launched new microsites that cover the latest on nanotechnologies and invite citizens to leave their opinion with the aim to find out what people really think about this field of research and how we imagine it will affect our future.

How can gold nanoparticles improve the therapies against cancer? Can the food industry avoid the mistakes of GM and put nanoketchup on the UK's menu? Could nanotech reduce food wastage? All these and more at and and also in the Guardian’s blog

Your opinion is very valuable for us! We invite you to visit these pages and to leave your comments. You can also do so on this nanOpinion website through our polls and our questionnaire.



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