209 Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Concerns of Nanomaterials

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 8:30 AM
326 (Convention Center )
The rapidly advancing field of nanotechnology offers potential benefits to almost all industries and products and some studies show over 1,000 consumer products already utilize nanomaterials. This increased (and increasing) use has generated world-wide attention from regulators and the general public that want to ensure exposure to these materials does not result in risk to human health or the environment. This session will explore the current state of knowledge pertainging to environmental health and safety concerns surrounding nanomaterials.

Topical C: Environmental Aspects, Applications, and Implications of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Environmental Division (09), Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (22)

Kurt Rindfusz
Email: kurt.rindfusz@erg.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

8:55 AM
(209b) Structure-Activity Relationship Predicted Toxicity Metric for Metal Oxide Nanoparticles
Rong Liu, Haiyuan Zhang, Zhaoxia Ji, Robert Rallo, Andre E. Nel and Yoram Cohen
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9:20 AM
(209c) Toxicity of Non-Cd-Based Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Biomedical Imaging
Kristi Olesik, Olivia Wetta, C. Jenny DorcÚna, Kalpesh D. Mahajan, Jianqian Xu, Qirui Fan, Gang Ruan, Andrew Herrington, Peter Kner and Jessica O. Winter
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9:45 AM
(209d) Genomic-Level Effects of Carbon Nanotubes
Dimosthenis Sarigiannis, Graziella Cimino Reale, Teresa Coccini and Luigi Manzo

10:10 AM
(209e) Comprehensive Toxicity Evaluation of Carbon Nanoparticles
Yun Wu, Xi Zhao, Teh-hsun Chen, John J. Lannutti, Heather Powell, Sanjay Rajagopalan, Robert J. Lee and Ly James Lee

10:35 AM
(209f) Life Cycle Ecotoxicity of Carbon Nanotubes
Matthew J. Eckelman, Meagan Mauter, Jacqueline Isaacs and Menachem Elimelech