NANOETHICS - 2013 - Temporal Perspectives of the Nanotechnological Challenge to Regulation: How Human Rights Can Contribute to the Present and Future of Nanotechnologies. European Journal of Nanomedicine - MARS 2014 - Nanomedicine: visions, risk, potential. Nanotechnology is widely thought to be a key technology of the 21st century.
Especially in the field of medicine nanotechnology may help to develop new and effective applications. However, like many modern technologies, there are considerable concerns about the consequences nanotechnology may have for us and our environment. Especially nanomedicine raises concerns. THE ELECTROCHEMICAL SOCIETY - 2013 - The establishment of sensitive and rapid pathogenic bacteria detection method using magnetic nanoparticle clusters and optical nanoparticle probes. Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry 15/04/12 Engineered Nanoparticles and Their Identification Among Natural Nanoparticle. Journal of the South Carolina Academy of Science, , Applications of Biotechnology in Development of Biomaterials: Nanotech. EMERGING HEALTH THREATS JOURNAL Vol 3 (2010) Current research on public perceptions of nanotechnology. ARCHIVES OUVERTES - 2011 - THE FUTURE OF NANOTECHNOLOGIES. CEDEFOP - 2007 - Skill needs in emerging technologies: nanotechnology.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases - Volume 2011 (2011) - Quantitative Evaluation of Bacteria Adherent and in. ELEMENTS - DEC 2008 - Nanoparticles in the atmosphere. Chem. Eng. Technol. 2009, 32, No. 7, 1026–1035 Production of Inorganic Nanoparticles by Microorganisms. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - 2008 - Thèse en ligne : Effect of Different Percent Loadings of Nanoparticles and Food Processing Condit. Norwegian University of Science and Technology - JULY 2011 - Human Exposure Assessment of Engineered Inorganic Nanoparticles in. Outline of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology – study of physical phenomena on the nanoscale, dealing with things measured in nanometres, billionths of a meter.
Nanotechnology is a complex scientific area involving the rearrangement of atoms at a molecular level, i.e. creating devices at a molecular level. Atomic rearrangement depends on the material used because any alteration of the atoms changes the identity of the material. Nanotechnology. Nanotechnology ("nanotech") is the manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale.
The earliest, widespread description of nanotechnology referred to the particular technological goal of precisely manipulating atoms and molecules for fabrication of macroscale products, also now referred to as molecular nanotechnology. A more generalized description of nanotechnology was subsequently established by the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which defines nanotechnology as the manipulation of matter with at least one dimension sized from 1 to 100 nanometers. This definition reflects the fact that quantum mechanical effects are important at this quantum-realm scale, and so the definition shifted from a particular technological goal to a research category inclusive of all types of research and technologies that deal with the special properties of matter that occur below the given size threshold.
Origins VCI 11/03/08 Responsible Production and Use of Nanomaterials - Comprehensive Document (11.03.2008).pdf 1.64 MB. UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON - 2011 - Présentation : NANOTECHNOLOGY IN THE FOOD INDUSTRYLEGAL ISSUES, REGULATION AND CHALLENGES - PRESE. UAB DIVULGA 07/2010 - Massimo Altarelli directs the XFEL project, a laser to study matter in depth"Nanotechnology will speed up. SAFE WORK AUSTRALIA 04/11/09 Engineered nanomaterials: Two research reports released. SAFE WORK AUSTRALIA. This section of the website gives you access to all of the Safe Work Australia publications.
Publications can searched for using keywords or alternatively can be viewed by document type, industry, topic and date published. To view or download these documents you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer. If you are unable to locate a publication or you require an alternative format please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 551 832. Quick links View all Safe Work Australia publications in alphabetical order Publication Search Please note: You may either type a search or use the below filters, you can not use both methods of searching at the same time. NANOTECHNOLOGY LAW BLOG 24/03/08 DuPont and ED Will Hold Nano Risk Management Training Workshops. DuPont and Environmental Defense (ED) will hold two interactive workshops on nano risk management.
The workshops are intended to give participants the tools they need to: Understand (and explain to others) why nano-specific risk management is necessary; Assemble and leverage the internal and external resources to implement nano-specific risk management; and Begin implementing nano-specific risk management in an efficient and effective manner. The workshops will include: Interactive discussions of how to implement nano-specific risk management; Case studies of nano-specific risk management in use by companies and governments; and Sources of additional help for companies adopting these approaches. The first workshop will be held April 2, 2008, at the Sustainable Packaging Coalition in San Francisco, California. Nanotechnology Lawyer & Attorney : Bergeson & Campbell Law Firm : Nanotechnology Law Blog. Le site NANOSMILE. MADISONCOMMONS 11/01/08 Nanotechnology Impacts Food and Food Processing. Home > Press > Nanotechnology Impacts Food and Food Processing Abstract: Milk that tastes just like cola is not on sale yet.
But this and other nano-food products, such as drinks that turn pink or yellow when microwaved, are in development and others already have reached the market and may be on your shelves. Madison, WI | Posted on January 12th, 2008 Nanotechnology, which involves the understanding, manufacture and manipulation of materials at the molecular or atomic level, is already impacting food and food processing, from nutrition delivery to intelligent packaging.
More than 600 nanofood products now are available on the market worldwide. NANOTECHNOLOGY LAW BLOG. Oberdörster G, Oberdörster E, Oberdörster J: 2005, 823-839.
PubMed Abstract | PubMed Central Full Text. ISB NEWS REPORT JUNE 2006 Au sommaire: A Nanotech Revolution in Agriculture and the Food Industry. Conifers provide major plantation forest tree species, covering around 40 million hectares world wide.
Wood from plantations is used for the production of paper, cardboard, structural timber, and furniture. Intensive conventional breeding programs have produced significant genetic gain in some species, and genotypes with improved growth and form characteristics, resistance to pathogens, and those lending themselves to improved forest management have been produced. Biotechnology tools, such as gene expression analysis, genetic fingerprinting, marker assisted selection, and genetic engineering, contribute to a better understanding of the genetic basis for important commercial traits, and furthermore, these techniques provide the potential to introduce significant genetic gain. This in turn will ensure commercial viability and environmental sustainability of plantation forestry. 1. 2. International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society Vol. 8, No. 1, 2010, pp: 5 – 23 Nature and Nanotechnology: Science, I.
GREENFACTS - Nanotechnologies. Contexte - Les nanotechnologies désignent les technologies qui exploitent les propriétés uniques de minuscules particules dont la taille est de l’ordre du nanomètre (millionième de millimètre).
Les nanotechnologies représentent un marché en rapide expansion ; on les utilise déjà dans une variété de technologies et de produits de consommation. (Cliquer ici pour obtenir une liste de tels produits) Cependant, les matériaux contenant des nanoparticules peuvent être préoccupants pour la santé humaine et l’environnement, et il convient d’évaluer les risques induits par ces matériaux récemment développés.
Les méthodologies qui existent pour évaluer ces risques sont-elles appropriées ? Une évaluation du Comité scientifique des risques sanitaires émergents et nouveaux (CSRSEN/SCENIHR) de la Commission européenne. FOOD PRODUCTION 19/07/07 Nanotechnology used in additive to keep PLA clear. A new nanotechnology additive on the market is designed to add strength to polylactic acid (PLA) without diminishing clarity, its manufacturer claims.
Rohm and Haas said its new additive, Paraloid BPM-500, broadens the usability of PLA, a bioplastic used in some "green" packaging. Over the past five years packaging suppliers have been introducing various forms of biodegradable materials in response to projections that consumers and recycling regulations will drive demand for environmentally-friendly packaging. Mandates from giant supermarkets forcing suppliers to make the switch are also coming into effect. PLA, a biodegradable plastic resin made from corn, is manufactured by Cargill subsidiary NatureWorks in the US.
Rohm and Haas claims that the packaging industry's move toward PLA resin has been hampered by unmodified PLA being somewhat weaker and more brittle than traditional materials. European Advisory Services (EAS) 14/11/07 Nanotechnology use in food applications: a scientific and regulatory challenge. 14 November 2007 The growing use of nanotechnology in food applications poses new challenges for both science and regulation in Europe’s food and nutrition market, an industry expert has said. EAS-Italy nutritional product regulatory affairs manager Stefanie Geiser said that as the nanotechnology market continues to grow regulators and scientists are actively working to find regulatory and risk assessment models to embrace its research and safety aspects.
The first nano-food contact material (a silicon dioxide coating) has already been approved by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) this year, and a second, titanium nitride, is under review. Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 117, Number 12, December 2009 Au sommaire: Nanotechnology and in Situ Remediation. Sign in to NCBI.