Commercialization of nanotechnology continues to provide economic growth, but it also has the potential to directly impact workers' quality of life as a result of adverse health effects caused by new materials. Further, the dispersion of nanomaterials and components into the general environment and the impact of exposure on the general population should be proactively considered. Written by an international team assembled to respond to these challenges, this handbook offers an integrated framework to identify, improve, and sustain the well-being of those exposed to nanomaterials and components. The text takes an evidence-based, interdisciplinary approach and includes best practices for engineering, medicine, and human sciences.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 656
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