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Conference Proceedings

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  • Friedersdorf-Pohanka

(A Perspective on the Nanotechnology Signature Initiatives)


  • Janet Carter

(Sustainability: An OSHA Perspective)


  • Dorinda Folse

(OSHA's Approach to Employee Exposure to Nanomaterials: An Area Office Perspective)


  • Souhail Al-Abed

(Nanotechnology and the Environment: an Overview of Sustainable and Safe Applications in Site Remediation)


  • Mark Hoover

(Nanoinformatics Issues and Tools for Safe and Sustainable Nano-enhanced Remediation)


  • Ephraim Massawe

(Nanotechnology for Environmental Remediation: Empowering State Agencies with Information for Health and Safety Oversight of Nanomaterials)


  • Stacy Harper

(Informatics Framework to Support IntegrativeScience and Engineering in Nanotechnology)


  • Tanya Faltens

( An Overview of a Thriving Online Community for Nano Research and Education)


  • Patrick O'Shaughnessy

(Occupational Health Risks to Nanoparticulate Exposure)


  • Lorraine Marceau-Day

(Assessing Toxicity, Risk, Surveillance and Epidemiology of Nanomaterials used for Remediation)


  • Alan Rovira

(A Case Study of the Use of Functional Procedures for Management of Nanomaterials)


  • Slawo Limnicki

(Nanotechnology for the Environment: Challenges, Risks and ResearchDirections)


  • Jan Slunsky

(Utilization of Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles (nZVI) for in-situ Groundwater Remediation IncludingRecent Field Scale Application andRemediation Experience)


  • Greg Gervais

(Sustainable Nano-based Remediation:Current Issues and Concerns - USEPA Perspectives)


  • Chunming Su

(Safety Issues and Risk Minimization in a Field Test of Emulsified Zerovalent Iron to Treat Source Zone Chlorinated Solvents at a Superfund Site)




  • Maud Walsh and Kelli Palmer

(Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals Associated with Nanoparticles: the LSU Superfund Research Center Investigates an Emerging Pollutant)


  • Greg Gervais

(Hazardous Waste Cleanup Sites in the U.S. Leveraging Engineered Nanoparticles for Remediation)


  • Ephraim Massawe (1)

(A Framework Regulation and Oversight of Engineering Nanoparticles at the Local Level)


  • Ephraim Massawe (2)

(A Sustainable Path to Protect Human From Exposures and Health Risks of Engineering Nanoparticles)


  • Hoover, Myers, Cash, Guilmette, Kreyling, Oberdorster, Smith, and Boecker

(Radiation Safety Aspects of Nanotechnology: Update on Development of an NCRP Commentary), a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.