Environment Health and Safety
Nano Engineered Applications, Inc. (NEA) is focused on commercializing patent pending, air-borne chemical detection technology. With NEA’s cost-effective and scalable fabrication techniques, this research advancement can be transformed into portable devices that detect minute quantities of harmful air-borne substances.
NEA concentrates on addressing the critical chemical and gas-detection needs of a broad spectrum of global industries:
The ILSI Center for Risk Science Innovation and Application (RSIA) contributes to enhanced human health and well-being by developing new and improving existing methods and evaluations used in risk management.
RSIA is currently engaged in projects on timely issues such as nanomaterial release and characterization, dose-response relationships, and developmental toxicity, to name a few.
The aim of MARINA is to develop and validate the Risk Management Methods for Nanomaterials.
To do this, MARINA will address the four central themes for the Risk Assessment and Management of Nanomaterials: Materials, Exposure, Hazard, and Risk. In MARINA we will develop beyond state-of-the-art referential tools from each of these themes and integrate them into a Risk Management Toolbox and Strategy for both human and environmental health.