Upcoming Events

OCT
31

2014

Co-sponsored Seminar: Gary Marchant
12:00 PM - 01:15 PM
Title: "Pacing Law with Emerging Technologies: The Example of Nanotechnology"
NOV
05

2014

Seminar | Derk H. Brouwer
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Title: "Recent Developments in Human Exposure Assessment" webstream
DEC
10

2014

Seminar | Phil Sayre
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Title: TBA
JAN
14

2015

Seminar | Arturo A. Keller
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Title: TBA
MAR
18

2015

Seminar | Jason C. White
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Title: TBA
APR
22

2015

Seminar | Stacey Harper
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Title: TBA

Past Events

JAN
25

2010

CEINT Brown Bag Lunch | Dana Hunt
Title: "Microbiology at the bacterial scale: the importance of microenvironments in microbial ecology"
JAN
21

2010

CEINT Seminar Series | Ashutosh Chilkoti
Title: "Nanoscale polymer brushes and polypeptide nanoparticles in vivo: is research in biomedical nanotechnology relevant to environmental nanotechnology?"
JAN
06

2010

CEINT Seminar with guest speakers from KENC
Special Seminar with guest speakers from Kyoto Environmental Nanotechnology Cluster (KENC)
DEC
14

2009

AGU 2009 Fall Meeting
Dec. 14, 2009 - Dec. 18, 2009
San Francisco, CA
DEC
14

2009

CEINT Brown Bag Lunch | Cole Matson
Title: "Silver nanoparticle behavior and fish embryotoxicity across a salinity gradient"
DEC
03

2009

CEINT Seminar Series | Vicki Grassian
Title: "An Integrated Approach Toward Understanding the Environmental Fate, Transport, Toxicity and Occupational Health Hazards of Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles"
NOV
16

2009

CEINT Brown Bag Lunch | Claudia Gunsch
Title: "Impacts of nanosilver on pure cultures and wastewater microbial communities"
NOV
12

2009

CEINT Seminar Series | Andreas Luttge
Title: "Vertical Scanning Interferometry – A Game Changing Technology for Chemistry, Material Sciences, and Biomedical Applications"
OCT
19

2009

CEINT Brown Bag Lunch | Mark Wiesner
Title: "Transport & Fate: Nanoparticles in the Environment."
OCT
15

2009

CEINT Seminar Series | Paul Davidovits
Title: "Soot Aerosols: Why are they important?"