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Jing Wang’s main research interests include air pollution control, nanoparticle transport and emission reduction, instrumentation for airborne nanoparticle measurement, air and water filtration, and mechanics of multiphase flow. Many of his studies contribute to understanding of environmental, health and safety (EHS) impact of nanomaterials.

Effects of Nanomaterials on Environment, Health, and Safety

The National Research Programme NRP 64 of the Swiss National Science Foundation on «Opportunities and Risks of Nanomaterials» consisted of 23 research projects in five modules. The project “Evaluation platform for safety and environmental risks of carbon nanotube reinforced nanocomposites” in Jing Wang’s group was included in the videos (2017/06) .

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Part I Biomedicine and Health Aspects:

Part II Balancing Opportunities and Risks:

Part III Environment:

Part IV Opportunities of Nanomaterials:

Part V Beneficial and Responsible Nanotechnology:

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