DRI Construction Law Seminar

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  • 2:26PM Sep 20, 2012
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RJ Lee Group is sponsoring DRI’s Construction Law Seminar in Phoenix, AZ.  The Construction Law Seminar is designed to enhance the practice of construction industry professionals, particularly advanced litigators seeking to hone their case resolution skills.  As a sponsor, RJ Lee Group will include informational materials for attendees as well as have some of its […]

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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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Flawed Freeze-Thaw Testing Standards Unreliable for Predicting Concrete Tie Failures

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  • 2:21PM Jul 30, 2012
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The scientific world has achieved remarkable discoveries and innovations responsible for the modern technology we rely on today. Despite our scientific sophistication, the ability to manipulate time—speed it up, slow it down, reverse it—remains largely a figment of our collective imagination, or a plot vehicle in a science fiction novel. This is not a ground-breaking […]

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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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Symposium on Microscopic Methods and Applications to Ultrafine Particle/PM2.5/PM10 Characterization and Source Apportionment

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  • 2:32PM Jul 18, 2012
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Mr. Gary Casuccio, Senior Scientist at RJ Lee Group, Inc., will conduct a number of sessions at the Symposium on Microscopic Methods and Applications to Ultrafine Particle/PM2.5/PM10 Characterization and Source Apportionment in Xi’an, China.  The symposium, sponsored by The Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, RJ Lee Group, Desert Research Institute, and The […]

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Dr. James Conca Co-Authors Editorial on Nuclear Waste Disposal in Tri-City Herald

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  • 11:09AM May 06, 2012
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In an editorial in the Tri-City Herald, a daily newspaper serving communities in southeast Washington State, Dr. James Conca, Director of RJ Lee Group’s Center for Laboratory Sciences in Pasco, WA, along with co-author Dr. Judith Wright, addresses issues regarding nuclear waste disposal.  The authors discuss a bill produced by the Senate Energy and Water […]

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MFPT: The Prognostics and Health Management Solutions Conference

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  • 2:38PM Apr 24, 2012
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RJ Lee Group will have four team members in attendance and will be staffing Booth #7 at the 2012 MFPT Conference.  RJ Lee Group’s Matt Sedlak, Harlan Shober and Dr. Matt Perricone will be presenting various topics at the conference.  This year’s conference will focus on “Driving Efficient Operations and Maintenance” to help prevent component […]

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Hospital Employee Health Interviews Matt Zock on Monitoring Chemotherapy Drug Exposures

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  • 11:03AM Apr 02, 2012
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In the February 2012 issue of Hospital Employee Health, an industry journal focusing on effective administration of hospital employee health programs, RJ Lee Group Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Mr. Matt Zock, was interviewed about the risk of contamination from antineoplastic (chemotherapy) agents and other hazardous drugs in hospital pharmacies and oncology units. The journal article, […]

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