Nanotechnology: Applications and Implications for the Environment. Alan G. Cummings CEO and Co-Founder Seldon Technologies. Nanotechnology: Applications and Implications for the Environment. Brenda Barry Senior Toxicologist The Cadmus Group.
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Alan G. Cummings
CEO and Co-Founder
The Cadmus Group
Brenda E. Barry, Ph.D., R.B.P.
The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Mercedes CLS Class Environment
Wilson Double-Core Tennis Balls
Eddie Bauer Ruston Fit Nano-Tex KhakisNanotechnology Products Are Here Now
NANO B-12 Vitamin Spray
Dermatone SPF 20 Natural Formula
Curad Silver Bandages
NASA's Emulsified Zero-Valent Iron
End of life
Life Cycle of Nanomaterials
From: L. Gibbs 2006
Silver-enhanced gold-labeled aggregate SWCNT, 40 ug aspiration,
perfusion fixed. Mercer - NIOSH
Pharyngeal aspiration of 40ug SWCNT in C57BL/6 mice
Mercer - NIOSH
Handling Raw SWCNT
From Maynard 2005
(E Oberdorster 2004)
Daphnia –water flea
USE/End of Use
MITIGATION MEASURESCadmus Adaptive Risk Assessment Framework for NM
Source: Boston Globe October 7, 2006
Kendall Marra, MassDEP Division of Policy and Program Development
Michael J. Ellenbecker, Sc.D., Professor
University of Massachusetts
Carl R. Elder, Ph.D., P.E.,Senior Enegineer,