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The Emerging World of Nanotechnology

Mar 11, 2003
The Center's Foresight and Governance Project seminar "Nanotechnology: Real Revenues Today and Impacts on the U.S. Economy” featured four leading nanotechnology firms with current products on the market – Nano-tex, Hyperion Catalysis, Inmat, and Optiva - and a renowned panel with Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, Phil Bond, Undersecretary of Technology at Commerce, and Mark Modzelewski of the NanoBusiness Alliance. Video of Seminar (RealPlayer)

Foresight and Governance Project Explores "Serious Games"

Feb 07, 2003
Working with outside experts, the Foresight and Governance Project hosted a workshop, Game-based Learning Models & Simulations: Expert Blueprints for Project Success, which explored how the management and performance of three sectors – hospitals, high schools, and parks – can be improved using game-based simulation, learning, and training technologies.

The Genetic Age: Who Owns the Genome?

Sep 24, 2002
Do companies have the right to patent genetic discoveries? This has become one of the most controversal intellectual property issues of our time. A panel of experts debated the ethical, legal, and financial implications of gene patenting at a recent Wilson Center event.

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