We wanted to bring to your attention that Kristen Kulinowski, ICON Director, will be teaching a short course at the ACS National Meeting in Anaheim, California on March 28, 2011. The topic is “Introduction to Safe Handling of Nanomaterials in the Workplace” and will be co-taught by Bruce Lippy. We encourage you to register now for this short course, which is being offered at a bargain price – use the following link to get more information about the course and to register:…See More
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NHECD is supported by the European Commission's 7th RTD Framework Programme. They focus on the health, safety and environmental impact of nanoparticles.
NanoThailand is a group for everyone who would like to catch up with the developments and applications of nanoscience and technology in Thailand. Please feel free to post or discuss a description on your research and application.
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Sureeporn Punpuing, Thanate Kitisriworaphan, and Wimontip Musikaphan. (2011).Migration and Environment.in Huguet, J. Chamratrithrong, A. (Eds.) Thailand Migration Report.International Organization of Migration. 19(2): 219-234.
Kittisriworaphan T., Sawangdee Y. and Musikaphan W. (2011) “Unwilling and Unwitting”: Problems for the Thai Construction Workforce in Working with the Newly Emergent Risk of Nanomaterials. Journal of Population and Social Studies. 19 (2): January 2011
Kitisriworaphan T and Sawangdee Y. (2009). Nanotechnology Divides: Development Indicators and Thai Construction Industry. In Bittnar, Z., Bartos, P.J.M., Nemecek, J., Smilauer, V. and Zeman, J. (Eds.) In Proceeding of 3rd international symposium on
Nanotechnology in Construction 3 (NICOM3) (pp.251-259), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Musikaphan W. and Kitisriworaphan T. (2009). Possible Impacts of Nanoparticles on Children of Thai Construction Industry. In Bittnar, Z., Bartos, P.J.M., Nemecek, J., Smilauer, V. and Zeman, J. (Eds.) In Proceeding of 3rd international symposium on Nanotechnology in Construction 3 (NICOM3) (pp.329-336), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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