Mexican terrorists target nanotech researchers with package bombs

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Times Union
Aug 26, 2011

A Mexican terrorist group is targeting nanotechnology researchers around the world.

The group, which is influenced by the Unabomber, has sent package bombs to universities and research facilities in South America and Europe. A number of victims, including professors, were injured after they opened mail that exploded.

Albany is one of the world’s leading nanotechnology hubs, centered around the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at the University at Albany.

No attacks have happened on U.S. soil, though some universities are increasing mailroom security to be on alert for package bombs, the Chronicle of Higher Education reported this week.

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  1. I can see why they would do this.
    Nano tech is being released with NO proof of safety.
    food medicines and homeproducts and peronal care,
    if their dangerous or toxic it will be too late ti be checking safety AFTER a problem..
    just Like the GMO foods and soils and bug already resistant or affected by such.

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