Sunday, March 5, 2017

ACS-DAC - Analytical Advances in Sustainable and Safe Nanotechnology

Organizers
Wenwan Zhong, University of California Riverside and Lisa A Holland, West Virginia University

Titles
01:30 PM   Introductory Remarks -
01:35 PM   Biomolecular Coronas on Nanoparticles
02:10 PM   Design and Redesign of Sustainable Engineered Nanomaterials
02:45 PM   Characterizing Nanoparticle Tissue Interaction via 3D Optical Imaging
03:20 PM   Recess
03:35 PM   Separation and Fluorescence: Tools to Characterize Biomolecular Affinity in Nanomaterials
04:10 PM   Biological Targeting and Biomolecular Screening of Nanoparticles: Toward Safer Materials


Overview
Engineered nanomaterials advance manufacturing processes supporting the growth of new and competitive technologies. The health effects of the 38,000 tons of nanoparticles that are produced annually remain uncertain, in large part, because nanoparticles spontaneously accumulate biofilm that enhances contaminant binding and delivery. Emerging analytical tools are continuously developed to elucidate the complex interaction among nanoparticles, biomolecules, and biological systems. The purpose of this session is to highlight the role of analytical chemistry in supporting and improving the development of safe nanomaterials.