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  • Review   
    Egyptian perception, awareness, and knowledge of nanotechnology: A study based on an Egyptian University approach
    Author(s): Hamed Ead*, Rabab Elsherif, Hosam Hassan, Heba Fahmy and Ayatallah Salah

    Scientific literacy as a goal of a science education reform remains a critical discourse in the research literature. It is crucial to students’ understanding and acceptance of emergent technologies like Nanotechnology (NT). Due to informational input from physicists, chemists, engineers, geologists, and biologists, NT is a vibrant field of science today. Despite the extensive use of Nanomaterials (NMs) in daily life, little is known by the general public regarding the capabilities, advantages, and potential risks of NT. Like with any emerging technology, its public perception has direct implications on future policies and has to be taken into considerations by both academia and industry. An online survey of sociodemographic graduates was conducted as part of the interdisciplinary awareness initiative at Cairo University. The survey was prepared based on previous studies and intr.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37532/puljnn.2022.6(5).01-10

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