Nanotechnology holds great promise to help humankind, but it also raises legal and ethical questions that must be addressed. This symposium explores these questions as the University, in partnership with community and business leaders throughout the Midwest, takes its place at the forefront of nanotechnology research.
Speakers: Dave Brenner, Innovation Park; Wolfgang Porod, Department of Electrical Engineering; Gregory Crawford, Dean, College of Science; Davis Baird, Department of Philosophy, University of South Carolina; Ralph Hall, University of Minnesota Law School, Baker & Daniels, LLP.
Event is free and open to the public. Call 574-631-5015 for additional information.
Originally published at news.nd.edu.