While the technology has many potential benefits, including use in medicine and energy, there are concerns that it could be dangerous – causing materials to behave differently and be absorbed by the skin more easily, for example.
Existing products include stronger dental implants and coated golf balls that can more easily travel through wet grass.
ENTA was set up last September to represent nanotechnology businesses in Europe. Members include Procter & Gamble.
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