TechConnect World 2016
National SBIR/STTR Conference National Innovation Summit & Showcase Nanotech 2016

Industry Focus Area

Personal & Home Care, Cosmetics, Food

Personal & Home Care, Cosmetics & Foods 2016

Business Program

Innovation & Corporate Spotlights

Full Day-at-Glance

Technical Program

The consumer products and food industries are driven by innovations in materials, and in natural and synthetic materials characterization and processing: from texture, rheology, and product appearance to active delivery and shelf-life.

The 2016 Personal & Home Care, Cosmetics & Foods program celebrated and supported industry partners and applied research leadership as they accelerate the development and deployment of new material solutions into products and society.


Featured Speakers: View All Invited/Keynote Speakers

Jean-Christophe Bar Jean-Christophe Baret
University of Bordeaux, France

Susana Addo NtimSusana Addo Ntim
US FDA



Prithwiraj MaitraPrithwiraj Maitra
Johnson and Johnson


Johan Pluyter Johan Pluyter
International Flavors & Fragrances


Pat SpicerPat Spicer
University of New South Wales, Australia

Hongda ChenHongda Chen
USDA



Krasssimir VelikovKrasssimir Velikov
Unilever



Timothy DuncanTimothy Duncan
US FDA



Ramsia SreijRamsia Sreij
Bielefeld University



Johan Pluyter Johan Pluyter
International Flavors & Fragrances


Mathieu MeertsMathieu Meerts
KU Leuven



Rein V. UlijnRein V. Ulijn
CUNY




Business Program - Personal & Home Care, Cosmetics & Foods

Sessions

Monday May 23

8:30TechConnect World Innovation Conference & National Innovation Summit - Keynotes
10:30Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites I
1:30Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites II
1:30Food Materials & Innovations I
1:30Korean Technology & Innovation Highlights: Energy, Safety, Medicine - KorusIP, NST
3:00National Student Leader Conference Welcome (Poster Showcase in Expo Hall at 4:00)
4:00Federal Agency Booths & Pavillion - ALL Attendees Encouraged to Join
5:00FujiFilm Inkjet VIP - Beer & Wine Reception & Workshop

Tuesday May 24

8:30National Student Leader Conference - Panel & Q&A
10:30Materials for Sustainabilty
10:30Food Materials & Innovations II
1:30Nanoparticle Characterization I
1:30Biofuels & Bioproducts: Conversion
1:30Materials for Personal/Home Care and Cosmetics
1:30Innovation: State Funding & Commercialization Support
3:30Innovation Spotlights: Medical Devices - Medtronic and MedForeSight
3:00National Student Leader Conference - Internal Planning & Next Steps
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase & Networking Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Poster Session I

Wednesday May 25

8:30Nano & Microfibrillated Cellulose: Applications
8:30Innovation Spotlights: Biotech/Pharma - Integra Life Sciences, Merck
10:30Informatics, Modeling & Simulation I
10:30Nano & Microfibrillated Cellulose: Materials
10:30Life Cycle Nano-EHS perspective: Regulatory & Policy Issues for Nanotechnology Commercialization
3:30TechConnect Innovation Leaders Networking Reception - Poster Session II

Program

Monday May 23

8:30TechConnect World Innovation Conference & National Innovation Summit - KeynotesPotomac A
Session chair: Matthew Laudon, TechConnect, US
8:30TechConnect Welcome (invited presentation)
M. Laudon, TechConnect, US (bio)
8:40Opening Remarks and Keynote Panel Moderator (invited presentation)
B. Segal, Lockheed Martin, US
L. Whitman, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, US (bio)
M. Meador, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US (bio)
P. Grodzinski, National Cancer Institute, Office of Cancer Nanotechnology Research, US (bio)
H. Kung, U.S. Department of Energy, Basic Energy Sciences, US (bio)
L. Sloter, U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Research & Engineering, US (bio)
10:30Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites IChesapeake 11-12
Session chairs: Li Piin Sung, NIST, Elijah Petersen, NIST, Susana Addo Ntim, U.S. Food, Drug Administration (bio, bio, bio)
10:30Nanotechnology and Exposure Science in the 21st Century – Quantifying Exposures to Nanomaterials from Consumer Products
T. Thomas, U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission, US (bio)
10:50An Integrated Approach for Tiered Testing of Nano-Enabled Technologies for Life Cycle Assessment Inventories: Case-Specific Demonstrations
A.J. Kennedy, M. Chappell, D. Edwards, W-S Shih, R. Patel, J. Brame, M. Brondum, S.A. Diamond, J. Coleman, A. Poda, J.A. Steevens, US Army Corps - Engineer Research and Development Center, US
11:10Understanding of the mechanisms leading to the release of nanoparticles in paint : towards a safe by design approach
J.F. Damlencourt, CEA Grenoble/PNS, FR
11:30The environmental release of model nanofillers (semiconductor nanocrystals) from free-standing polymer nanocomposite films
T.V. Duncan, K.V. Pillai, P. Gray, C-C Tien, R. Bleher, L-P Sung, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, US
11:50Release of Nanomaterials During Weathering of Polymer Nanocomposites
D.H. Fairbrother, R. Lakone, J.J. Wang, A. Barber, R.B. Reed, J.F. Ranville, Johns Hopkins University, US
1:30Nanoparticle Release During the Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites IIChesapeake 11-12
Session chairs: Li Piin Sung, NIST, Elijah Petersen, NIST, Susana Addo Ntim, U.S. Food, Drug Administration (bio, bio, bio)
1:30NanoRelease Consumer Products Consortium
R. Canady, NeutralScience L3C, US
1:50NanoRelease Consumer Products: Developing consensus measurement approaches for the analysis of release materials from nanocomposites
K. Scott, F. Meisenkothen, J-F. Damlencourt, B. Fiorentino, T. Kuhlbusch, B. Oeffling, G-N. Bae, C. Kingston, G. Chan, J. Muller, C. Cairns, R. Canady, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
2:10Pilot Inter-Laboratory Studies for Evaluating Weathering-Induced Release of Carbon Nanotubes from Solid Matrices
R. Zepp, D. Bouchard, E. Sahle-Demessie, W. Wohlleben, S. Vazquez-Campos, J. Carter, C. Kingston, R. Canady, B. Acrey, C-Y. Chen, U.S. EPA, NERL, US
2:30NanoRelease Weathering Protocol interlab-tested on CNT in 2 matrices, intralab-applied to 27 NM-matrix combinations: Matrix matters most
W. Wohlleben, R.G. Zepp, E. Sahle-Demessie, S. Vázquez-Campos, J. Carter, C. Kingston, R. Canady, B. Acrey, C-Y Chen, BASF SE, DE
2:50Development of Novel Analytical Approaches for Measurements of Carbon Nanotubes Release from Polymer Nanocomposites
A. Orlov, Stony Brook University, US
3:10Development of surface chemical approaches for detection and characterization of multi-walled carbon nanotubes dispersed in a polymer composite
J.M. Gorham, W.A. Osborn, J.W. Woodcock, K.C.K. Scott, J.M. Heddleston, A.R. Hight Walker, J.W. Gilman, NIST, US
1:30Food Materials & Innovations IPotomac 5
Session chair: Krassimir P. Velikov, Unilever RandD. Vlaardingen B.V. (bio)
1:30Contributions of the main flour constituents to dough rheology, and resulting implications for dough quality and its assessment (invited presentation)
M. Meerts, R. Cardinaels, F. Oosterlinck, C.M. Courtin, P. Moldenaers, KU Leuven, BE
1:55Design and Discovery of Short Peptide Gelators and Emulsifiers (invited presentation)
R.V. Ulijn, CUNY Advanced Science Research Center, US
2:20Microemulsions as delivery vehicles of hydrophobic food bioactive compounds (invited presentation)
H. Chen, Q. Zhong, University of Tennessee, US
2:45Recent Advances of Nano-biomaterials Research in Agriculture and Food Systems (invited presentation)
H. Chen, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, US
1:30Korean Technology & Innovation Highlights: Energy, Safety, Medicine - KorusIP, NSTNational Harbor 12
Manufacturing Method of SiOx Nanoparticles used for Li-ion Battery
E. Zhunwoo Kim, Korea Institute of Energy Research(KIER), KR
CO2 Capture Technology using KIERSOLTM
E. Kim, Korea Institute of Energy Research(KIER), KR
Stem Cell-Derived Fusion Personalized Cell Therapy
T-D. Kim, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB), KR
IoT-based Underground Hazard management Technology
J-H. Lee, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), KR
Apparatus for Generating Plasma in Liquid
D-C. Seok, National Fusion Research Institute(NFRI), KR
Plasma Torch for Material Processing and a Reactor using the Same
Y-C. Hong, National Fusion Research Institute(NFRI), KR
Synthesis of Nano Copper and Printed Electronics Ink Using the Liquid Plasma Discharge
Y-C. Hong, National Fusion Research Institute(NFRI), KR
NoBl(No Blind) Double Skin Window System
K-H. Lee, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology(KICT), KR
Composites for High Sensitivity Magnetic Sensors/Energy Harvesters
J.H. Rye, Korean Institute of Materials Science(KIMS), KR
Device with Expanded Display Area
G-H. Lee, Korean Institute of Materials Science(KIMS), KR
Porous Ceramic Balls for Bioengineering
Y-H. Suk Lee, Korean Institute of Materials Science(KIMS), KR
Conductive Film/Fiber using Al Precursor Ink
H. Moon Lee, Korean Institute of Materials Science(KIMS), KR
Goniometer Usage for Revealing the Characteristics of Grain Boundaries
H-W. Jeong, Korean Institute of Materials Science(KIMS), KR
Close Proximity Point-to-Point Communications
H-T. Kim, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), KR
Power Interruption/MIT Power Interruption Technology
H-T. Kim, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), KR
Superconducting Wire
H. Ha, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute(KERI), KR
Dispersant-free Conducting Paste based on Carbon Nanomaterials with Multiple Hydrogen Bonding Moieties
J. Tark Han, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute(KERI), KR
Ring-shaped Bearingless Generator with Buoyant Rotor and Modular Structure
D-J. Bang, Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute(KERI), KR
Remediation Method for Aarsenic Contaminated Soils
J. Kim, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), KR
Remediation Method for Cyanide Contaminated Soils
J. Kim, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), KR
Synthetic Method of Magnetite-Birnessite Mixture and Wastewater Treatment with the Mixture
J. Kim, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM), KR
3:00National Student Leader Conference Welcome (Poster Showcase in Expo Hall at 4:00)Expo Hall D & E
Session chair: Lisa Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
4:00Federal Agency Booths & Pavillion - ALL Attendees Encouraged to JoinExpo Hall D & E
DARPA, Small Business Program Office
Department of Commerce, NOAA
Department of Defense, OSD Office of Small Business Programs
Department of Defense, OSD ASD(R&E)
Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences
Department of Energy
Department of Homeland Security
Department of the Army
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Navy
Department of Transportation, Volpe Center
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
MDA Advanced Research
NASA
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Small Business Administration
USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
NIH, Office of the Director
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
5:00FujiFilm Inkjet VIP - Beer & Wine Reception & WorkshopChesapeake 6
The Current State of Functional Printing
Inkjet From Development to Production

Tuesday May 24

8:30National Student Leader Conference - Panel & Q&APotomac 2
B. Segal, Lockheed Martin, US
V. Scarborough, Sherwin-Williams, US
W. Wohlleben, BASF SE, DE
L. Henderson, National Cancer Institute, US
M. Meader, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
10:30Materials for SustainabiltyChesapeake 5
Session chair: YuanQiao Rao, Rahul Sharma, The Dow Chemical Company (bio)
10:30Reinforced Nano-composite Films with Reduced Environmental Impact
A.F. Chen, J.H. Wang, G. Wideman, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, US
10:50Reduction in HDPE geomembrane thermal expansion using nanoclay particles
P.I. Dolez, R. Mohamed, E. David, M. Weltrowski, CTT Group, CA
11:10Nanodielectrics for use in HVDC power systems and their structure-property relationships using Chemometric methods
G.C. Stevens, N.A. Freebody, A.S. Vaughan, F. Perrot, Gnosys Global, UK
11:30Recyclable Carbon Fiber Composites – The Future of Light Weight Electric Vehicles
S. Pastine, Connora Technologies, US
11:50Melt extrusion fiber spinning of polyethylene reinforced with cellulose nanocrystals at high loadings
N. Brandquist, A. Ayoub, R.A. Venditti, NC State University, US
12:10Sustainable Technology Solutions – Natural rubber to replace plasticized PVC in exterior durable application - A case study by NZ Product Accelerator model of engagement of supply chain partners
K.K.G. De Silva, M. Taylor, R. Nilmini, S. Kariyawasm, J. Vithanachchi, NZ Product Accelerator - University of Auckland, NZ
10:30Food Materials & Innovations IIChesapeake 3
Session chair: Krassimir P. Velikov, Unilever RandD. Vlaardingen B.V. (bio)
10:30Interactive packaging: Use of chemoattractants to enhance the antimicrobial effect of a contact killing surface (invited presentation)
R. Jain, A.L. Milkowski, K.P. Nelson, D.A. Busche, D.M. Lynn, C.J. Czuprynski, N.L. Abbott, Bemis Company, Inc., US
10:55Cellulose Nanocrystals as Barrier Performance Enhancer of Extrusion-Blown PLA Films for Food Applications
L.M. Matuana, S.S. Karkhanis, N.M. Stark, Michigan State University, US
11:15Fluorescent quantum dot as model imaging probe for studying plant uptake, systemic mobility, localization in plant tissue and potential fate of ultra-small nanoparticles
S. Das, J. Tharkur, L. Tetard, A. Gesquiere, S. Santra, University of Central Florida, US
11:35L-Arabinose: A Novel Food Ingredient For A Healthier Living
R. Nolles, A. Benschop, Cosun Biobased Products, US
1:30Nanoparticle Characterization INational Harbor 13
Session chair: Pierre Panine, Xenocs SA, FR (bio)
1:30Coping with the EU nano-definition: abilities and limitations of particle sizing with SAXS (invited presentation)
B.R. Pauw, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), DE
1:55Synchrotron X-ray scattering: the reference for high-resolution nanoparticle characterization (invited presentation)
E. Capria, M. Sztucki, N. Theyencher, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, FR
2:45Identifying the Effects of Size and Shape on the Physicochemical Properties of Cerium Oxide Nanoparticles
C.M. Sims, A.F. Myers, J.M. Gorham, I. Levin, T.J. Cho, V.A. Hackley, B.C. Nelson, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
3:05Optical films and fluidic slits with one nanometer structure and function
K-T Liao, J. Schumacher, H.J. Lezec, S.M. Stavis, NIST, US
3:25In-situ Characterization of Nanopowders during compaction using SANS and AC impedance spectroscopy
T.J. Rudzik, R.A. Gerhardt, Georgia Institute of Technology, US
3:45Rapid High Resolution Multi-Parameter Characterization of Liposome-Protein Complexes by Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
R. Ragheb, E. Esposito, D. Griffiths, Malvern Instruments, US
1:30Biofuels & Bioproducts: ConversionPotomac 6
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory (bio)
1:30Funding R&D for Bioproducts that Enable Biofuels in the Bioenergy Technologies Office (invited presentation)
J. Fitzgerald, U.S. Department of Energy, US
1:55Processing of pre-treated biomass for the commercial production on bio-ethanol and biochemicals (invited presentation)
S. Parekh, Sweetwater Energy, US
2:20Regulatory Impediments to Commercializing Biofuel and Other Biobased Products
K.M. Roberts, Biobased and Renewable Products Advocacy Group, US
2:40Electrochemical Production of Hydrocarbons for Lubricants, Waxes and Fuels from Biological Feedstocks
C. Joshi, D. Malevich, J. Dambacher, F. Lockwood, Altranex Corporation, CA
3:00The Unbeatable Beet: Biorefining Of Sugar Beet Pulp
R. Nolles, F. Staps, G. van Engelen, Cosun Biobased Products, US
3:20Biorenewable Production Pathway for Nylon and PET
C. Forney, Iowa State University, US
3:40Production Optimization of E. Coli Fermented Synthetic Spider Silk for Commercial Viability
A. Edlund, R. Lewis, J. Jones, J. Quinn, Utah State University, US
4:00Development of a Renewable Fuel Nanotechnology
V. Klausmeier, Sylvatex Inc., US
1:30Materials for Personal/Home Care and CosmeticsChesapeake 5
Session chair: Fiona Case, TechConnect, Johan Pluyter, International Flavors and Fragrances (bio)
1:30The Material Science of Cosmetics (invited presentation)
P. Maitra, Johnson and Johnson, US
1:55Challenges and Opportunities in Fragrance Encapsulation (invited presentation)
J. Pluyter, International Flavors and Fragrances Inc., US
2:20Dielectric contrast driven phase transitions in cellulose microfibril dispersions (invited presentation)
A. Kuijk, C. Klik, G. van den Brink, S. Mohan, K.P. Velikov, Unilever R&D Vlaardingen B.V., NL
2:45Novel encapsulation technology based on Pickering emulsion systems
M. Sjöö, J. Bedi, A. Ali, Speximo AB, SE
3:05Solid State and Diffusion NMR Spectroscopy as Applied to Characterization of Complex Formulated Products and Biological Materials
S. Ulvenlund, D. Topgaard, S. Gustavsson, E. Sparr, CR Competence AB, SE
1:30Innovation: State Funding & Commercialization SupportNational Harbor 4
Session chair: M. Laudon, TechConnect, US
1:30Oregon Innovation
H. Stafford, Business Oregon, US
1:45Illinois Innovation
M. Harris, Illinois Science & Technology Coalition, US
2:00Utah Innovation
I. Estabrook, Utah Science, Technology and Research (USTAR) Agency, US
2:15South Carolina Innovation
A. Love, South Carolina Department of Commerce, US
3:30Innovation Spotlights: Medical Devices - Medtronic and MedForeSightNational Harbor 4
Session chair: S. Kubisen, The George Washington University, US
3:30Medtronic: Innovation Spotlight
B. Dolan, Medtronic, US
3:45MedForeSight: Innovation Spotlight
C. Clyburn, MedForeSight, US
4:00US Army: Innovation Spotlight
T. Bennett, US Army Medical Materiel, US
4:15One Step Synthesis of Coatings for Titanium Implants
D. Nisbet, The Australian National University, AU
4:22A Point-of-care Rapid Diagnsotic test for Bacterial SInusitis
J. Skraba, Entvantage Diagnostics, Inc, US
4:29Flexible microneedle skin patch integrated with Triboelectric volume sensor and energy harvester
W.H. Phua, National University of Singapore, SG
4:36A Prototype Design of Medical Oxygen Concentrator Using a Novel Rapid Pressure Swing Adsorption Process
R. Vemula, Lehigh University, US
4:43iCertainty™ Platform Technology
T.B. Ferguson, RFPi, LLC, US
4:50Smart X-ray Sources
M. Eaton, Stellarray, US
4:57Human-derived hemoglobin oxygen carrier
P. Fontes, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, US
5:04Targeted Rapamycin Micelle (TRaM) as a Therapeutic in Solid Organ Transplant
C. Dixon Thiesing, ToleRaM Nanotech, US
5:11Medtronic, MedForeSight, US Army: Q&A
3:00National Student Leader Conference - Internal Planning & Next StepsChesapeake 3
Session chair: Lisa Friedersdorf, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US
4:00TechConnect Innovation Showcase & Networking Reception (4:00 - 6:00) - Poster Session IExpo Hall D & E

Wednesday May 25

8:30Nano & Microfibrillated Cellulose: ApplicationsChesapeake 5
Session chair: World L-S Nieh, U.S. Forest Service; Sean Ireland, Imerys (bio)
8:30Nano Crystalline Cellulose (NCC), Bio-building blocks for tomorrow’s materials (invited presentation)
S. Lapidot, Melodea Ltd., IL
8:55The Next Generation of Sustainable Materials - Beyond Paper (invited presentation)
S. Ireland, D. Skuse, J. Phipps, Imerys, US
9:20Novel Nonocellulose/Nanoparticle Composites for packaging applications
S. Varanasi, G. Simon, G. Garnier, W. Batchelor, Monash University, AU
9:40Nano-Crystalline Microbial Cellulose Contact Lens to Accelerate Corneal Wound Healing
C.P. Adams, Diopter Corp., US
10:00Waste derived nanocellulose platform chemicals and advanced products
Y-L Hsieh, University of California, Davis, US
8:30Innovation Spotlights: Biotech/Pharma - Integra Life Sciences, MerckNational Harbor 4
Session chair: S. Kubisen, The George Washington University, US
8:30Integra Life Scienses: Innovation Spotlights
T. Twardowski, Integra, US
8:45Merck: Innovation Spotlights
M. Lamm, Merck, US
9:00Co-administration of nanowired Alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone and cerebrolysin enhances neuroprotection in concussive head injury following sleep deprivation
A. Sharma, Uppsala University, SE
9:07Novel Purification Method for Membrane Proteins
L. Loev, Ariel University R&D Co., Ltd., IL
9:14Design and Scalable Biosynthesis of Acid-Tolerant Enzymes as Broad-Spectrum, Biocompatible Disinfectants
B. Berger, Lehigh University, US
9:21Anchored Immersion Microplate Lids for 3D Cell Culture
A. Lyons, ARL Designs LLC, US
9:28Antimicrobial technology
A. Agrawal, Agienic Inc, US
9:35Overcoming antibiotic resistance through a novel mechanism of action
M. Thomas, Agile Sciences, US
9:42Integra, Merck Q&A
10:30Informatics, Modeling & Simulation IPotomac 6
Session chair: Michael Makowski, PPG. Industries (bio)
10:30Using Simulation for Materials Development and Troubleshooting at Boeing (invited presentation)
S. Tucker, Boeing, US
10:55Measuring Elastic Constants of Liquid Crystals In-Silico using Enhanced Free Energy Sampling (invited presentation)
C.L. Phillips, A. Joshi, J. Whitmer, J. de Pablo, Argonne National Laboratory, US
11:20Nonholonomic Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics for Computational Materials Design
E. Fahrenthold, University of Texas at Austin, US
11:40MedeA: An environment for ICME starting with atoms, and what we can learn from it
P. Saxe, Materials Design, Inc., US
10:30Nano & Microfibrillated Cellulose: MaterialsChesapeake 5
Session chair: World L-S. Nieh, U.S. Forest Service, Sean Ireland, Imerys (bio)
10:30Biomass to BioPlus™- Low Cost Nanocellulose Composites for Light Weighting (invited presentation)
K. Nelson, American Process, Inc., US
10:55High-consistency enzymatic fibrillation (HefCel) – a cost-efficient way to produce cellulose nanofibrils (CNF)
H. Kangas, J. Pere, P. Qvintus, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., FI
11:15Allyl, glycidyl methacrylate and cyclodextrin-modified nanocelluloses. Preparation, characterisation and adsorption-release specific properties
E. Vismara, M. Zarattini, A. Bernardi, D. Nanni, S. Bertini, C. Freire, Politecnico di Milano, IT
11:35Design of cationic cellulose nanocrystals for potential biomedical applications
R. Sunasee, U.D. Hemraz, J. Burdick, Y. Boluk, K. Ckless, State University of New York at Plattsburgh, US
11:55Demonstrating the Safety of Cellulose Nanomaterials – high performance bio-based materials
J. Shatkin, K. Ong, J. Ede, Vireo Advisors, LLC, US
10:30Life Cycle Nano-EHS perspective: Regulatory & Policy Issues for Nanotechnology CommercializationNational Harbor 4
Session chair: Philip Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health (bio)
10:30Emerging Legal and Product Stewardship Implications of Products of Nanotechnology
L.L. Bergeson, Bergeson & Campbell, P.C., US
10:50Existing and Anticipated Insurance and Risk Management Issues Facing Nanotechnology Businesses (invited presentation)
J.S. Sano, Prince Lobel Tye LLP, US
11:10The Implications of State Regulatory Schemes Affecting Engineered Nanomaterials in the U.S (invited presentation)
W. Rogers, Jr., Prince Lobel Tye, LLP, US
11:30Panel: Regulatory & Policy Issues for Nanotechnology Commercialization
W. Wohlleben, BASF, DE
H. Chen, USDA, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, US
3:30TechConnect Innovation Leaders Networking Reception - Poster Session IIPotomac Registration Hall
Back to Top

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsor
Silver Sponsors

Corporate Acceleration Partners

Supporting Partners

TechConnect World 2016

Jointly produced by