Category Archives: Nanotechnology Education

Nano-Safety Educational Efforts

There is a book being published in late 2017 by De Gruyter called “Nano-Safety, Wheat We Need to Know to Protect Workers” [Ref. 1].  (Full disclosure, I am one of the editors for the tome and co-author of two of … Continue reading

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Nanotechnology Education Sources

Just having come from a conference on nanotechnology education, I thought that it might be interesting to review some of the sites/tools available within the United States. This is not an all-inclusive list but only a sampling of available resources. … Continue reading

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Development of Nanotechnology Safety Education Courses – Part 2

This week is a follow up to the previous blog, which covered the development of the introductory course for Nanotechnology Safety education.  This course is the advanced course and is intended for students who have taken the earlier course. For … Continue reading

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Development of Nanotechnology Safety Education Courses – Part 1

Development of Nanotechnology Safety Education Courses – Part 1 The next award for two nanotechnology safety courses was made by the National Science Foundation [NSF] to Texas State University in San Marcos with Professor Jitendra Tate as the Principal Investigator … Continue reading

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Education: Initial Course Available

Education: Initial Course Available There have been efforts in developing nanotechnology safety courses.  This week will be about a course that was sponsored by OSHA.  The purpose of the development effort was to create sufficient material to provide enough material … Continue reading

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