Showing posts with label ehs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ehs. Show all posts

Prioritizing EHS research needs

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

NSCT issued a document for the public to comment. The document listed several research priorities to address Environmental, Health and Security concerns. See more here.

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The Toxicology of Nanomaterials

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Emily Monosson over at "the Neighborhood Toxicologist" pointed me to series of Nanotechnology Podcasts from Azonano and some Nanotoxicology articles. The article and podcast on "The Implications for Health, Safety and the Environment of the Nanotech Revolution." discusses data gaps in the toxicology and potential for environmental impacts of nanotechnology, and the suggested moratorium on nanotechnology development.

You can also find links to technical articles related to nanotoxicology on her blog.

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Summaries of nano policies research

Tuesday, January 2, 2007

David Berube posted a summary of various nanotechnology's (ethical, legal, societal, health, environmental implications) policies researches in his blog. This is a good post for you who wants to know the latest nanotech policies findings while on the go. Check it here.