CBEN

AcronymDefinition
CBENCenter for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (NSF)
CBENChristian Banner Exchange Network (religious website)
CBENCAD (Computer-Aided Design) Block Exchange Network (web library)
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Kulinowski of CBEN says it is incorrect to assume that because nanoparticles are fixed in a polymer matrix they pose no threat to workers or, after disposal, to the environment.
The EPA's STAR program is planning to award new grants soon in nanotechnology implications research, and the CBEN is continuing its work on what it calls "the wet-dry interface"--the interactions between engineered nanomaterials and systems that are active in aqueous or water-based environments, including ecosystems and living beings.
The CBEN, housed at Rice University in Houston, was begun in 2001 as one of six Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers established by the NSE