PAASE 2007 FTCUA EHS NANO Powerpoint Presentation 1/28/07
Dr. Florence T. Cua-Christman, MS3, PhD
Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale, a few nanometers wide-motors, robot arms, and even whole computers, far smaller than a cell.
The U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative was created to fund this kind of nanotech: their definition includes anything smaller than 100 nanometers with novel properties.
Imagine a medical device that travels through the human body to seek out and destroy small clusters of cancerous cells before they can spread. Or a box no larger than a sugar cube that contains the entire contents of the Library of Congress. Or materials much lighter than steel that possess ten times as much strength. U.S. National Science Foundation
USA Nanotechnology Initiative(USA-NNI)
This powerpoint presentation addresses the need for Environmental Health and Safety as well as Environmental Regulations, Policies, and Laws for Nanotechnology
For the Fiscal year 2007, the planned USA National Nanotechnology Initiative(NNI) investments: EHS R&D is $44.1 Million. http://www.nano.gov/html/society/EHS.htm for National Science Foundation($25.7 M), Department of Defense($1.0 M), Department of Energy($0.0 M), National Aeronautics and Space Agency($0.0 M), Health and Human Services-National Institute of Health($4.6 M),
Health and Human Services- National Institute of Occcupational Safety and Health($3.0 M), Department of Commerce-National Institute of Science and Technology($1.8 M), United States Department of Agriculture-Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Services($0.1 M), Environmental Protection Agency($8 M) from http://www.nano.gov/html/society/Funding_SocDim.htm
For the NNI Agencies with R&D Budgets for Nanotechnology, the website is: http://www.nano.gov/html/gov/nniparticipants.html
DOC-NIST, DOD, DOE-OSN-OBES-OIT, DHHS-NIH, DHHS-CDC-NIOSH, DHS-TSA, DOJ, EPA, NASA, NSF, USDA-CSREES-FS, DOT
PAASE NANOTECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE
PAASE Nanotechnology Initiative
Drs. Rigoberto Advincula, Christina Aquino Binag, Maoi Arroyo, Felixberto Buot, Florence T. Cua-Christman, Angel de Dios, Gloria Despacio Reyes, Erwin Enriquez, Romel Gomez, Roberto Ramos, Maria Natalia Roxas Dimaano, Joseph Tan, Jose Tanchoco
Who else among the PAASE 2007 presenters???
FIELDS IN NANOTECHNOLOGY
The use of C-60, Buckminster Fullerene or Bucky Balls, nanoparticles, nanomaterials, nanotubes, nanowires, polymer nanocomposites, radon, bionanotechnology products, R & D & Molecular Manufacturing for nanoenergy, nanosolar, nanobiofuels, nanomilitary, nanomedicine, nanodentistry, nanospace, nanoelectronics, nanosatellite, nanoenvironmental, nanodosimetry, nanonuclear technology, quantum teleportation, quantum computing, DNA computing, etc. requires following:
Nano Laws in the USA
Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act(RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act(CERCLA), National Environmental Policy Act(NEPA), Toxic Substances Control Act(TSCA).
US state laws on Nanotechnology apply for the following states: Arkansas, California, Massachusetts, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
MSDS, NANOREOHS, NANO EHS Laws
Requires a (completed) Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS), NANO Radiation, Environmental and Occupation Health and Safety (NANOREOHS) manuals, programs or plans, NANO REOHS committee that follows sound, pertinent, and applicable Nanotechnology Environmental Regulations, Policies and Laws. Hopefully, accidents and emergencies such as the need for eye wash and showers, accidental ingestion, inhalation of the toxic, reactive, inflammable or corrosive(TRIC) chemicals or metals or radioactive substances , dermal or subcutaneous penetration e.g. with needle or sharp object with biohazards will be prevented.
Preventing ACCIDENTS w/ NANOTECHNOLOGY
Something could go wrong on a nanoscale with e.g. the nanorobot
Safe Utilization of Advanced Nanotechnology by Chris Phoenix and Mike Treder
TOWARD TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY VIA EMERGING MOLECULAR NANOTECHNOLOGYby DR. SINCLAIR T. WANG
Do you want to tell us your research and development and possible hazards? Email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do we prevent further pollution?
FTCUA’s Ideas-Work to do in NANO
Replacement of Lead and depleted Uranium with high density nanomaterials.
Puncture proof, bullet proof tires and vests using high density, lightweight nanomaterials.
Nanopolymer for shielding materials in outer space or lunar mission or on earth.
Green Polymer nanocomposites
Non toxic metal nanocomposites only
FTCUA’s Ideas-Work to do in NANO continue
A company to offer its services in preparing Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS)
Minimization of environmental pollutants with nanocomposites-question: What to do with the soiled nanocomposites afterwards?
Who will tackle Nanomilitary?
US NANO 2006 CD
Argonne National Lab(ANL)
Brookhaven National Lab(BNL)
Center for Disease Control(CDC)
Department of Energy(USDOE)
Environmental Protection Agency(USEPA)
Food and Drug Administration(USFDA)
Goddard Space Flight Center(GSFC)
Lawrence Berkeley Lab Foundry(LBLF)
US NANO 2006 CD continue
Los Alamos National Lab(LANL)
National Cancer Institute)NCI)
National Aerospace and Space Agency(NASA)
Naval Research Lab(NRL)
National Institute of Health(NIH)
National Institute of Science and Technology(NIST)
Oak Ridge National Lab(ORNL)
United States Department of Agriculture(USDA)
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