Nanomaterials and Industrial Hygiene featured in The Synergist

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  • 4:14PM Nov 22, 2013
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Do you understand how engineered nanomaterial properties differ during production, processing, and disposal? How about the evaluation of potential risks associated with nanoparticle fabrication, handling, machining, or containerizing? When it comes to nanomaterials, it’s hard to see all the risks that workers encounter, literally and hypothetically. A recent article co-authored by Keith Rickabaugh of RJ […]

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New Frontiers in Nanomaterials – Innovation and Safety Concerns

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  • 5:55PM Nov 18, 2013
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Materials scientists developing nanomaterials have been harnessing their unique properties in remarkable ways creating significant opportunities for innovation. But, the excitement these discoveries generate must be tempered with a concern for the safety of those working with and producing nanomaterials, as well as those who use the products in which they are found. This year’s […]

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A Strategy for Assessing Workplace Exposures to Nanomaterials

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  • 3:21PM May 21, 2013
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The exposure potential to nanomaterials is a hot topic for industry, government, health organizations and those concerned with the environment. A strategy is needed that can identify the jobs or tasks that carry the risk of potential exposure; one that can ensure that the risks to workers handling nanomaterials are being managed properly. This article […]

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Nanotechnology- RJ Lee Group Designs and Conducts a Multiphase Study

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Nanotechnology – the Good and the Unknown Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This technology has already improved our lives with cleaner and more cost-effective energy sources and more efficient drugs. However, the unique properties exhibited by unbound engineered nanoparticles (UNP) can also potentially cause adverse health effects to workers […]

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RJ Lee Group Assists in Developing Sampler for Collection of Nanoparticles

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  • 11:27AM Oct 12, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., October 12, 2012) RJ Lee Group, Inc. materials characterization laboratory and industrial forensics consulting firm joined forces with Colorado State University Associate Professor Dr. John Volckens, to help commercialize a prototype device for measuring nanoparticles in the air.  RJ Lee Group’s Senior Scientist and Vice President, Mr. Gary Cassucio, Mr. John Mastovich, Project […]

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Safe Nano Design Workshop

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  • 2:28PM Aug 14, 2012
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Mr. Gary Casuccio and Mr. Keith Rickabaugh, Vice President and Scientist respectively at RJ Lee Group, Inc., will be participating in a panel discussion on exposure monitoring and sample analysis at the Safe Nano Design workshop at the University at Albany in Albany, NY.  The presentation will take place in Session 2 of the workshop, […]

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Physicochemical and Morphological Characterization of Nanoparticles From Photocopiers: Implications for Environmental Health

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  • 3:11PM Jul 29, 2012
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In a recent article published in the peer-reviewed Nanotoxicology journal, RJ Lee Group’s Dr. Kristin Bunker, along with Dhimiter Bello, John Martin, Christopher Santeufemio, Qingwei Sun, Martin Shafer, and Philip Demokritou, explores the potential linking of printing and photocopying with environmental health effects by analyzing nanoparticles produced by the technologies. Here is the abstract:

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RJ Lee Group Scientists Publish Article on Nanotechnology in International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology

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  • 11:12AM Jun 05, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., May 5, 2012) Three scientists at RJ Lee Group, Inc., an industrial forensic laboratory and consulting firm headquartered in Monroeville, PA, co-authored an article on the integration of nanotechnology that will be published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology.  Dr. Kristin L. Bunker, Senior Scientist, Ms. Julianne Wolfe, Manager of […]

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