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Nanotechnologies and Food

The House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology launched an inquiry into Nanotechnologies and Food on 3 February 2009, which was conducted by Sub-Committee I.

The inquiry investigated the use of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials in the food sector.

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Government responds to Nanotechnologies and Food report
The Government has published its response to the Committee's report on Nanotechnologies and Food.


Nanotechnologies and Food report published
The Committee's report on Nanotechnologies and Food was published on Friday 8 January 2010.


For further information on the inquiry please contact Antony Willott, Clerk to Sub-Committee I, either by telephone: 020 7219 6612 or by email: [email protected]

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