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Additional Program Information - 1179

NanoEHS Webinars

15 March, 2013 - Webinar 1 Copper Nanomaterials/Environmental systems
Shaily Mahendra; UCLA:
“Interactions of Copper Nanoparticles with Freshwater Algae”
Vishal Shah; Dowling College:
“Engineered Nanoparticles & the Soil Microbial Community: Deciphering the relationship”

3 May, 2013 - Webinar 2 Graphene EHS Work
Debora Rodrigues; University of Houston:
“Investigation of acute effects of graphene oxide on wastewater microbial community: A case study”
Robert Hurt, Agnes Kane; Brown University:
“Biological Interactions and Safety of Graphene-Family Nanomaterials”

31 May, 2013 - Webinar 3 Measuring Nanomaterials
Richard Flagan; Cal Tech:
“Measurement of Airborne Nanoparticles”
Micah Green, Jaclyn Canas-Carrell and Mohammad Saed; Texas Tech:
“Detection of carbon nanotubes in biological samples through microwave-induced heating”

28 June, 2013 - Webinar 4 Uses and Releases of Engineered Nanomaterials
Philip Demokritou; Harvard School of Public Health:
“A novel, nanotechnology-based method for the control of infectious diseases using Engineered Water Nanostructures (EWNS)”
Linsey Marr; Virginia Tech:
“Release of Engineered Nanomaterials from Consumer Products to the Environment”

30 August, 2013 - Webinar 5 Nano implications in biological systems
Terri Camesano; Worcester Polytech:
“Characterizing the interactions of gold nanoparticles with model cell membranes”
Sudipta Seal, William Self: University of Central Florida:
“Nanoceria and nanotitania and their impact on an in vitro model of the human immune system”

27 September, 2013 - Webinar 6 Analytical tools
Wunmi Sadik; State University of New York at Binghamton:
“A Portable Instrument for In-situ Characterization of Engineered Nanomaterials”
Bruce Gale, William P. Johnson; University of Utah:
“Utilization of Biased Voltage Waveforms for High Resolution Cyclical Electrical Field Flow Fractionation”

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