The Center for Environmental Nanoscience and Risk has greater than 3000 square feet
of high quality research space within the Arnold School of Public Health. There are
facilities for nanomaterial production, clean-up, characterization, fate and behaviour
and ecotoxicology. Important facilities are state of the art atomic force microscopy
and access to a range of mass spectroscopy and electron microscopy equipment.
Current Project Themes
Environmentally Friendly Applications of Nanomaterials
Aquatic, Terrestrial And Atmospheric Behavior of Nanoscale Pollutants
Nano-Bio Interactions In The Environment
Nanotechnology and Society
Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.