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- Toxic effects of nanoparticles and nanomaterials : implications for public health , risk assessment and the public perception of nanotechnology
Authors: Shaw, B.J. ; Handy, R. D.
Publication Type: Journal Article
Secondary Title: Health, Risk and Society
Abstract: This article gives a toxicologist's perspective on the human health and environmental implications of nanotechnology. The author outlines possible routes of uptake by humans, environmental concentrations, known or suspected toxic ef...
Biblio - csep - 08/25/2010 - 20:51
- For science, nanotech poses big unknowns
Authors: Weiss, Rick
Publication Type: Newspaper Article
Secondary Title: Washington Post
Abstract: Weiss summarizes the current state of the debate over the possible health, safety, environmental risks associated with the development and use of nanotechnology. While billions of dollars are being invested in the field, some studie...
Biblio - csep - 08/25/2010 - 20:31
- Damning all nanomaterials would be damned silly
Authors: Ball, Phillip
Publication Type: Web Article
Secondary Title: Nature News Online
Abstract: Author Philip Ball criticizes the Canadian environmental group, the ETC Group, for holding a competition to design a warning symbol, similar to symbols used to warn of biological or radiation hazards that would be used to identify t...
Biblio - csep - 08/25/2010 - 19:51