Marc Saner at Carleton University in Canada sent this timeline of key nanotech policy events to me the other day. It’s probably the most comprehensive compilation of events influencing the development of nanotech policy in America, Europe and Australia I’ve seen to date – well worth taking a look at if you have any interest whatsoever in what happened when related to the oversight of nanotechnology and engineered nanomaterials.
It also includes hotlinks to web-based documents where they are available, making the timeline a great resource for tracking down elusive reports.
The timeline isn’t inclusive – I’m not sure capturing everything is humanly possible – but it’s pretty good. It’s also a living document – if you have something you think should be there that isn’t, you can email in your updates.