Nanotechnology encompasses a broad range of products and applications. As nanotechnology has progressed, the complexity of nanomaterials has increased.
Traditional occupational health risk assessment and management approaches have had limited utility when applied to first-generation “passive nanomaterials.” Due to their complex nature, advanced nanomaterials present a significant challenge in occupational risk assessment and risk management.
In this article, Chalupka presents a more proactive approach to meet the challenges posed by advanced nanomaterials in the workplace.
Psychology Students and Faculty to Present Research at National Conferences
Research students in the Psychology Department have outstanding achievements this year, bringing recognition to themselves and Worcester State University. Several students are lead presenters, having . . .