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Nanotechnology - Lunch & Learn
CU Medical Campus
13120 E. 19th Place
Aurora, CO 80045

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
Category: Education


Nanotechnology and Exposure: The Pathway to a Safe and Healthy Environment

Nanoparticles in the office setting resulting from paper shredding and printer emissions.


CU Medical Campus, Education 2 North Building, Room 1206 (P28-1206)

13120 E. 19th Avenue, Aurora, CO 80045

Parking is available for $1/hr in the nearby Georgetown Visitor's Lot.



Nanotechnology has fostered the development of novel technology and products to benefit our life since early 1990. Scientists, stakeholders, and governors have been working closely in many countries to understand potential risks of this fast growing technology. There are indications that a range of engineered nanomaterials, including nanoparticles, agglomerates of nanoparticles, and particles of nanostructured materials, present potential risks to human health and the environment.  Dr. Tsai’s research addresses occupational and environmental health and safety issues in a sustainable manner from the beginning of technology development. It has investigated various occupational and environmental exposure issues, developed effective control strategies and studied health effects. She will present the current status of health and safety and the sustainable approach to develop nanotechnology and a healthy environment. 


Candace S-J Tsai, Sc.D., CIH

Senior Assistant Professor of Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Health

Department of Environmental and Radiological Health Science

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