UC CEIN Study Finds Uncertainty on Nanotechnology Worker Safety

The New Haven Independent reports on CNS graduate fellow Cassandra Engeman's conference presentation about the findings of a survey of nanotechnology companies' health and safety practices. The study, conducted by the UC Center for the Environmental Impacts of Nanotechnology, found that companies working with nanoparticles don't know the right way to protect workers handling the materials, or how to dispose of them..