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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.
has been investigating the environmental fate of nanoparticles since its inception in 2001 as one of six Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers established by the NSF, and Kulinowski has noted the recent explosion in interest and funding in nanotech environmental health and safety research.
(2010), Schiraldi (2011), and Cben
, Esteban, and Shum (2011).
RT, Hibbs B; Vaccine safety: current and future challenges.
Research and Development Act of 2003" (9 April 2003), online: CBEN
These results are based on specifications that Josh Angrist and Stacey Cben
have generously run for us.