The Nanotech Regulatory Document Archive, a free resource built and maintained by the Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology, recently was mentioned on several nanotech Web sites, including Nanowerk and the Nanotechnology and Development page of the Meridian Institute.
The global database of government documents on nanotechnology is being launched by three College of Law professors -- Gary Marchant, the center's executive director, and center Faculty Fellows Douglas Sylvester and Kenneth Abbott -- who, with their colleagues in Australia and Belgium, have corralled and organized a massive number of regulatory documents dealing with the rapidly advancing technology.
The database was developed as part of a multiyear grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Genomic Science Program.
Read the postings here. Nanowerk. Meridian.