Bio Nanotech Full Program

Sessions

9:00 Monday - Technology Innovation Short Courses

Tuesday June 19

7:30 Tuesday - TechConnect World Registration
8:30 Opening TechConnect World Keynotes
10:00 Expo Opening - Coffee Break
11:00 Composites: Nanoparticle Release During Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites I
11:00 Nanofluids I: Keynotes
11:00 Softnano: Micro & Nano Structure Design I
11:00 Bio Fluidic Devices I
10:30 Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging I
10:30 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery Keynotes I
12:30 Networking Lunch - Expo
1:30 TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & Biosciences
2:00 Composites: Nanoparticle Release During Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites II
2:00 Nanofluids II
2:00 Softnano: Micro & Nano Structure Design II
2:00 Bio Fluidic Devices II
2:00 Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging II
1:30 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery Keynotes II
2:45 TechConnect IP Partnering: Medical, Pharma, Personal Care
4:00 Financing Emerging Technology Commercialization
4:30 Expo Reception and Poster Session I (4:30 - 6:30)
 Biosensing, Diagnostics & Imaging
 Cancer Nanotechnology
 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
 Nanofluids
 Soft Nanotechnology & Colloids

Wednesday June 20

8:30 Environmental Health & Safety: Keynotes
8:30 Bio Nano Materials: Keynotes
8:30 Cancer Nanotech I
10:30 Cancer Nanotech II
11:00 Environmental Health & Safety II
11:00 Bio Nano Materials: Self Assembly of Bionanoparticles
11:00 Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: Spotlights
11:00 Fluidic Device Simulation
11:00 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery III
12:30 Networking Lunch - Expo
1:00 NNI - Director’s Networking Session, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office
1:30 Exhibit and Poster Session II
 Environmental Health & Safety
 Cancer Nanotechnology
 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
 Composite Materials
 Micro & Nano Fluidics
3:30 Cancer Nanotech III
4:00 Environmental Health & Safety: EHS Aspects of Products Containing Ag Nanoparticles
4:00 Bio Nano Materials: Interactions Between Bio and Nano Materials
3:30 Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: Green Chemistry
3:30 Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery IV
5:30 TechConnect Innovation Showcase Reception
6:00 CTSI Utility Technology Challenge Awards and Reception

Thursday June 21

8:30 Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems: Keynotes
8:30 Cancer Nanotech IV
10:00 National Nanotechnology Initiative Triennial Review
11:00 Bio Nano Materials: Modeling & Simulation of Bionanomaterials
11:00 Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: Algae Technologies & Applications
11:00 Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems II
10:30 Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging III
12:30 National Innovation Showcase - Networking Lunch (available for purchase)
2:00 Bio Nano Materials: Synthesis & Biomedical Application of Novel Bionanomaterials
1:30 Micro & Nano Fluidic Devices
1:30 Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems III
1:30 Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging IV
2:30 TechConnect Start-Up Partnering: Medical, Pharma, Personal Care
4:00 TechConnect Start-Up Partnering: Biotech, Biomaterials & Biosciences
4:00 TechConnect National Innovation Showcase, Reception & Poster Session III
 Bio Nano Materials
 Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels
 Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems
 Nano Medical Sciences
 Nanotechnology for CNS Diseases
 Micro & Nano Fluidics

Program

Monday June 18

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9:00Monday - Technology Innovation Short Courses

Tuesday June 19

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7:30Tuesday - TechConnect World RegistrationMain Lobby
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8:30Opening TechConnect World KeynotesMission City Ballroom
Session chair: Matthew Laudon, TechConnect, US
8:30The White House Materials Genome Initiative - Accelerating Advanced Materials Innovation and Deployment
C. Wadia, Clean Energy & Materials R&D, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, US
9:00Advanced Manufacturing Innovation and Initiatives
L. Christodoulou, Advanced Manufacturing Office, EERE, U.S. Department of Energy, US
9:30Nanotech Innovation - From Lab to Fab
A. Sallin, NanoDimension, CH
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10:00Expo Opening - Coffee BreakExpo Hall AB
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11:00Composites: Nanoparticle Release During Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites IGrand Ballroom G
Session chair: Tinh Nguyen, NIST, US
11:00State of the Science for MWCNT Release Measurement from Polymers: Progress of the NanoRelease Project
R. Canady, ILSI Research Foundation, US
11:30From application of nanofilm surface coatings to demolition of nanocomposites - Are they sources of nano-exposure?
K.A. Jensen, The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, DK
12:00FreeNano - Test Methods for Release of Pigment-Nanoparticles Into the Environment at the End of Life Cycle
M. Stintz, TU Dresden, DE (bio)
12:30How to achieve a release of free CNTs from degrading composite materials
W. Wohlleben, S. Hirth, M.W. Meier, BASF SE, DE (bio)
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11:00Nanofluids I: KeynotesGrand Ballroom E
Session chair: Thomas J. McKrell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
11:00The Technological Challenges and Applications of Thermal Nanofluids
C. Singh, Centre for Process Innovation Limited, UK (bio)
11:30Use of Nanofluids for Enhancement of Safety in Water Cooled Nuclear Reactors
T. McKrell, J. Buongiorno, L-W Hu, G. Dewitt, H.D. Kim, Massachusettes Institute of Technology, US (bio)
12:00Effective Thermal Diffusivity in shear flows of Nano-Fluids: Numerical Simulations and a Theoretical Model
I. Procaccia, Weizmann Institute of Science, IL (bio)
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11:00Softnano: Micro & Nano Structure Design IGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Patrick T. Spicer, Procter & Gamble Company & Todd Squires, University of California Santa Barbara, US
11:00Engineering Microscale Interfaces Using Convection and Curvature
T.M. Moyle, L.M. Walker, S.L. Anna, Carnegie Mellon University, US (bio)
11:30Micro and Nanoparticles with Different Morphologies for Therapeutic Applications
S. Mitragotri, University of California, Santa Barbara, US (bio)
12:00Programmed colloidal assembly with pacmen, spheres and cubes: depletion, diamagnets, & DNA
D. Pine, New York University, US (bio)
12:30Biopolymer colloidal particles as functional delivery systems and stabilizers of fluid-in-fluid dispersions
K. Velikov, Unilever R&D, NL (bio)
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11:00Bio Fluidic Devices IGrand Ballroom C
Session chair: Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
11:00Rapid and Ultra High Sensitive In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) and POCT using Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chips
C. Ahn, University of Cincinnati, US
11:30Capture of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) using a novel micro-device
S. Ranjan, Z. Yong, National University of singapore, SG
11:50Fully–Integrated Single-Layer On-Chip Flow Cytometer Based on Planar Three-Dimensional (3D) Hydrodynamic Focusing
A.A. Nawaz, X. Mao, T.J. Huang, Pennsylvania State University, US
12:10New microfluidic chip for the production of spherical gelled capsule for cell encapsulation
P. Dalle, S. Morales, J. Berthier, P-Y. Benhamou, A. Bellemin Comte, F. Boizot, G. Costa, F. Rivera, CEA/LETI, FR
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10:30Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging IGreat America J
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory & Manuel Perez, University of Florida, US
10:30Functional nanocrystals as tunable platforms for imaging and sensing
H. Mattoussi, Florida State University, US (bio)
11:00Time-Resolved Three Dimensional Molecular Tracking in Live Cells
J. Werner, Los Alamos National Lab, US (bio)
11:30Novel Gold Nanoparticles for Cancer Photoacoustic Imaging
Z. Cheng, Stanford University, US
12:00Time-lapse Chemical Microscopy using Intracellular Chemical Nanosensors
K. Rector, Los Alamos National Lab, US (bio)
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10:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery Keynotes IGrand Ballroom D
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB National Institutes of Health, US
10:30Development of a Stable Micelle for Drug Delivery in Oncology
K. Sill, Intezyne, US (bio)
11:00Development of peptide-based polymers for gene transfer to the CNS
S.H. Pun, University of Washington, US (bio)
11:30The Art of Falling Apart: Exploiting Nanomaterial Disassembly for Medicine and Pharmacy
A. Almutairi, University of California, San Diego, US (bio)
12:00Novel Zwitterionic Liposome Approaches to Lipid Based Nucleic Acid Delivery
J. Nguyen, C. Walsh, M. Motion, F.C. Szoka, University of California, San Francisco, US (bio)
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12:30Networking Lunch - ExpoExpo Hall AB
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1:30TechConnect IP Partnering: Biotech & BiosciencesRoom 212
Session chair: Lynn Foster, BPT Pharma, Reviewers: Scott Carter, Latham & Watkins, Julia Ljubimova, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, US
1:30New Compound Activates Broad Spectrum Lung Immunity
N. Zelver, Montana State University Technology Transfer, US
1:40Novel Agents to Enhance Tolerance to an Immunogen
N. Zelver, Montana State University Technology Transfer, US
1:50Glycine N-methyltransferase (GNMT) Animal model and use thereof
Y.M. Chen, National Yang-Ming University, TW
2:00Novel Single Dose Sterilant for Male and Female Companion and Feral Animals
R. Kulkani, University of Kansas Center for Technology Commercialization, US
2:10A Novel Protein Folding System
R. Kulkani, University of Kansas Center for Technology Commercialization, US
2:20Non-Viral Nanoparticle-Based Delivery System
M. Malhotra, McGill University, CA
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2:00Composites: Nanoparticle Release During Life Cycle of Consumer Products & Nanocomposites IIGrand Ballroom G
Session chair: Tinh Nguyen, NIST, US
2:00Microscopy based detection and analysis of carbon nanotubes in consumer sport equipment
K. Scott, C. Marvel, S. Stranick, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
2:20Evaluating safety and stability of CNT nanocomposites exposed to environmental conditions
A. Orlov, G. Ramakrishnan, J. Ging, A. Hubert, P. Feka, C.S. Korach, Stony Brook University, US
2:40Assessment of release and toxicity of NP from silicon-based polymer composites in a life cycle perspective
A. Irfan, S. Sachse, J. Njuguna, H. Zhu, Cranfield University, UK
3:00Investigation of Silica Nanoparticles Accumulated on the Surface of Polymer Nanocomposites Exposed to UV Radiation Using ICP-OES
S.A. Rabb, L.L. Yu, C. Bernard, T. Nguyen, NIST, US
3:20Predispersed Nanoparticles and Their Influence on Sustainably for Coatings
R. McMullin, BYK USA Inc, US
3:40Characterization of a Vortex Shaking Method for Producing Airborne Glass Fibers for Toxicology Studies
B.K. Ku, G. Deye, L.A. Turkevich, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), US
4:00A Quantitative Study of Nanosilica Release from Polymer Nanocomposites Exposed to UV Radiation
T. Nguyen, D. Stanley, S. Rabb, D. Banerjee, X. Gu, L.L. Yu, J.W. Chin, NIST, US (bio)
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2:00Nanofluids IIGrand Ballroom E
Session chair: Thomas J. McKrell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
2:00Scalable gas phase nanoparticle treatment methods required for large-scale nanofluid and nanocomposite synthesis
C.A.D. Dion, J.R. Tavares, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, CA
2:20Study on the Heat Transfer Capability of Silicon Carbide - Ethylene Glycol Nanofluid
S. Bobbo, L. Colla, M. Scattolini, L. Fedele, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, IT
2:40Comparison and Critical Analysis of Experimental Results and Correlations for Thermal Conductivity of Nanofluids
E.P. Bandarra Filho, G.A. Oliveira, D. Wen, Federal University of Uberlandia, BR
3:00Dynamics of Magnetic Nanofluids with Frozen-in Magnetization
V.V. Sokolov, Moscow State University of Instrument Engineering and Computer Science, RU
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2:00Softnano: Micro & Nano Structure Design IIGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Patrick T. Spicer, Procter & Gamble Company & Todd Squires, University of California Santa Barbara, US
2:00Nanoemulsion organohydrogels: a new platform for soft nanocomposites
M.E. Helgeson, UC Santa Barbara, US (bio)
2:30Exploiting Droplet Shape to Enhance Colloidal Material Adhesion and Delivery
P.T. Spicer, M. Caggioni, A. Bayles, A. Pawar, J. Lenis, E. Furst, Procter & Gamble Co., US (bio)
3:00Electrophoretic Deposition for the Fabrication of Materials with Novel Properties through Microstructural Control
A.J. Pascall, M.A. Worsley, J.S. Park, D. Saintillan, J.D. Kuntz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, US
3:20Nanomaterials and nanotechnologies for the conservation of the materials of cultural heritage
J. Rathousky, V. Kalousek, R. Zouzelka, J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, CZ
3:40Microfluidic Hydrogel Structures for Controlled Concentration Gradients and Fast Solution Switching
J.S. Paustian, R. Nery Azevedo, T.M. Squires, University of California, Santa Barbara, US (bio)
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2:00Bio Fluidic Devices IIGrand Ballroom C
Session chair: Kwang W. Oh, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
2:00Novel on-chip isotachophoresis assays for nucleic acid extraction and analysis
J.G. Santiago, Stanford University, US (bio)
2:30Polymer microfluidic chip with embedded CNTs for DNA sample preparation
P. Khuntontong, J.X. Chan, M. Gong, Z.P. Wang, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology, SG
2:50Microfluidic Control of Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Growth and Positioning
N. Wadhawan, H. Kalkat, X. Ma, S. Gajjeraman, S. Nandagopal, N. Hao, J. Deng, B. Xiang, M. Zhang, G. Tian, F. Lin, University of Manitoba, CA
3:10Conductive Polymer Microelectrodes for on-chip measurement of transmitter release from living cells
S. Tylsgaard Larsen, M. Matteucci, R. Taboryski, Technical University of Denmark, DK
3:30Uncoil long DNA molecules in nanoposts array
J. Wu, G. Shao, J. Choi, F.I. Uba, S.A. Soper, S. Park, Louisiana State Univ., US
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2:00Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging IIGreat America J
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory & Manuel Perez, University of Florida, US
2:00Gold Nanoparticles as a Surface to Immobilize Gadolinium-Hydroxypyridinone (HOPO) Complexes for Use a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Contrast Agents
P.J. Klemm, P.J. Straney, M.N. Keyser, J.E. Millstone, K.N. Raymond, UC Berkeley, US
2:20A Metallofullerene Nanoparticle Platform for Imaging and Treatment of Glioblastoma Multiforme Tumors
H.C. Dorn, J. Zhang, P. Fatouros, M.D. Shultz, J.D. Wilson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US
2:40Magneto-plasmonic Nanoplatforms for Enhanced Bioimaging and Photothermal Cancer Therapy
A. Kopwitthaya, T.Y. Ohulchanskyy, M. Jeon, W-C. Law, Q. Xie, R.R. Chada, X. Xue, E.P. Furlani, C. Kim, P.N. Prasad, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
3:00Encapsulation of nanoparticles with multifunctional, cross-linkable diblock copolymers for biomedicine
C. Schmidtke, J. Ostermann, H. Tran, E. Pöselt, H. Kloust, J. Niehaus, S. Becker, A. Kreuziger, K. Werner, A. Pietsch, H. Weller, University of Hamburg, DE
3:20Fully integrated, multi-parametric flow cytometry chip using single layered three-dimensional (3D) hydrodynamic focusing
A.A. Nawaz, X. Mao, T.J. Huang, Pennsylvania State University, US
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1:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery Keynotes IIGrand Ballroom D
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB National Institutes of Health, US
1:30TiO2-DNA Nanocomposites for Imaging and Therapeutic Applications
G.E. Woloschak, Northwestern University, US (bio)
2:00Microfluidic technology enables scalable manufacture of limit-size lipid nanoparticles (lsLNP): size matters for the next generation of therapeutic drug delivery systems.
J. Taylor, Precision Nanosystems, US
2:30Targeting Laser Treatment to Inaccessible Tumors Using Nanoparticle Drug Delivery Vehicles
A.-M. Broome, Case Western Reserve University, US (bio)
3:00Thresholdless Nanoscale Lasers
M. Khajavikhan, University of Minnesota, US
3:30New Liposomes for Cancer and Chronic Disease Treatment
C. Noble, ZeroOne Pharma, Inc., US
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2:45TechConnect IP Partnering: Medical, Pharma, Personal CareRoom 207
Session chair: Belen Martinez-Lopez, CaramelTech, MX, Reviewers: Schuyler Corry, Invtitrogen, Mark Wittman, Beyond Lucid Technologies, Cece Gassner, City of Boise, US
2:45NCap - NanoPorous Materials for Sustained Release
W. Daniell, NanoScape AG, DE
2:55Medical Nano-magnetic Drug Guidance
A. Harel, NanoMed Targeting Systems Inc., US
3:05Universal Optofluidic Chip for Ultra-Sensitive Raman Analysis of Liquid
S. Mak, University of Toronto, CA
3:15Next generation single dose vaccine adjuvants
S. Niewiesk, The Ohio State University, US
3:25Double Clad Fiber Coupler Allowing 3D Endoscopy
T. Martinuzzo, Univalor, CA
3:35Nanogold Assays for Direct Detection of Nucleic Acids of High Burden Infections
H. Azzazy, The American University in Cairo, EG
3:45A Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) Membrane MEMS Sensor for Flow Rate and Flow Direction Sensing, Medical and Environmental Applications
L.M. Sim, Industry Liaison Office, National University of Singapore (NUS), SG
3:55Fluorescent and Luminescent Labels for Diagnostic Imaging and Sensitive Detection of Biopolymers
S. Pillai, New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
4:05Leukocyte coping capacity: stress-testing at your fingertips
D. Sarphie, Oxford MediStress Ltd, UK
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4:00Financing Emerging Technology CommercializationRoom 203
Session chair: Tom Klein, Greenberg Traurig, US
-P. Dhingra, NanoStellar, US
-B. Segal, Lockheed Martin, US
-B. Horangic, North Bridge, US
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4:30Expo Reception and Poster Session I (4:30 - 6:30)Expo Hall AB
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Biosensing, Diagnostics & Imaging
-Novel and Rapid Assay for HIV Diagnosis and Drug Screening
C. Esseghaier, C. Tlili, A. Ng, M. Zourob, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), CA
-Continuous Sensing of blood by dark-field microscopy and surface-enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
A.-I. Henry, B. Sharma, L.B. Sagle, R.P. Van Duyne, Northwestern university, US
-Illuminating Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Densities on Filopodia through Plasmon Coupling
J. Wang, S.V. Boriskina, H. Wang, B.M. Reinhard, Boston University, US
-Nanocomposites of Nanocrystalline Cellulose for Biosensors Applications
V. Incani, C. Danumah, Y. Boluk, University of Alberta, CA
-Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity evaluations for superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles coated with various functional groups
J. Lee, S. Hong, F. Sun, J. Lee, J. Kim, Pusan National University, KR
-Gold nanoparticles as a tool to detect UTI and their cytotoxic effects in DU-145 cells
P. Vedantam, G. Huang and T.R. Tzeng, Clemson University, US
-Spectroscopic Ultra-Trace Detection of Nitroaromatic Gas Vapor on Rationally Designed Two-Dimensional Nanoparticle Cluster Arrays
J. Wang, L. Yang, S. Boriskina, B. Yan, B.M. Reinhard, Boston University, US
-A sensing properties study on miniature Au/SnO2 gas sensor for hydrogen sulfide detection
B.W. Chang, S.J. Ding, R.L.C. Chen, HungKuang University, TW
-CarouCELL – a novel compact submerged perfusion bioreactor for drug screening and tissue engineering
M. Foss, D.Q.S. Le, Aarhus University, DK
-An Integrated Microfluidic Real-Time PCR System for Pathogen Detection
L. Zhu, L. Li, D. An, M. Wang, L. Zhang, Y.K. Wang, Z. Li, Y. Liu, G. Zhang, F. Lin, University of Manitoba, CA
-DNA detection using Laser Transmission Spectroscopy
F. Li, A.R. Mahon, M.A. Barnes, S. Egan, J. Feder, D.M. Lodge, C.-T. Hwang, R. Schafer, S.T. Ruggiero, C.E. Tanner, University of Notre Dame, US
-Simultaneous Measurement of Nitric Oxide and Oxygen Dynamics during Myocardial Ischemia Reperfusion of Rat
G.J. Lee, S.W. Kang, O.K. Kim, S.K. Kim, J.H. Shin, H.K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-The Effects of Temperature and Relative Humidity on the Stability of Paper-immobilized Antibodies
J. Wang, B. Yiu, J. Obermeyer, C.D.M. Filipe, J.D. Brennan, R.H. Pelton, McMaster University, CA
-Design of a noninvasive blood glucose Sensor
J.M. Wang-Roveda, D. Nguyen, H.V. Nguyen, MIAO LLC, US
-Ultra-sensitive label-free electrical detection of proteins by field-effect transistor based on chemically derived graphene
N.-E. Lee, D-J Kim, I.Y. Sohn, J-H Jung, O.J. Yoon, J-S Park, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
-An Ultra-compact X-ray Source for Medical Applications
C. Camara, M. Valentine, G. Jimenez, D. Kamkar, D. Cuadra, K. Beverly, B. Lucas, A. Belz, Tribogenics, Inc, US
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Cancer Nanotechnology
-Immunodiagnosis for cervical cancer using antibody-gold nanoparticle conjugate
S. Tapaneeyakorn, C. Thepthai, N. Apiwat, T. Dharakul, National Science and Technology Development Agency, TH
-Dual gold nanoparticles-enhanced sensitivity of colorimetric immunoassay for the visual detection of cervical cancer biomarker
W. Maneeprakorn, N. Apiwat, S. Tapaneeyakorn, T. Dharakul, National Nanotechnology Center, National Science and Technology Development Agency, TH
-Activation of Inflammasomes by Tumor Cell Death Mediated by Gold Nanoshells
H.T. Nguyen, K.K. Tran, B. Sun, H. Shen, University of Washington, US
-Targeted Cancer Therapy by Immunoconjugated Gold-Gold Sulfide Nanoparticles Using Protein-G as a Cofactor
X.H. Sun, G.D. Zhang, D. Patel, A.M. Gobin, University of Louisville, US
-Supermagnatic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Toxicity to Mammalian Cells
K. Vig, P. Tiwari, A. Parveen, V. Rangari, S.R. Singh, Alabama State University, US
-Development of theranostic nanoparticles with the ability to break extracellular cellular matrix for enhanced nanoparticle delivery
X. Guo, W. Qian, A. Wang, L. Yang, Emory University, US
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Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
-Controlled- Release Antibiotic Nanoparticles for Cranial Transplantation and Bone Grafting
A.N. Adusumilli, S. Dammalapati, P.K.-L. Fu, Governors State University, US
-Surface Functionalized Multicomponent Envelope Type Nanosystems for Improved Gene Delivery
D. Pozzi, V. Orlando, G. Augusti Tocco, S. Biagioni, F. Cardarelli, A. Bifone, G. Caraccioloa, Sapienza University of Rome, IT
-Nanoscale iron trimesate metal organic framework as potential platform for active nucleoside analogues delivery
V. Agostoni, T. Chalati, P. Horcajada, H. Willaime, P. Couvreur, R. Anand, S. Monti, C. Serre, R. Gref, UMR CNRS 8612, FR
-Nanoparticles of iron trimesate metal organic framework (MIL100) for drugs encapsulation and delivery, comparisons between two different syntheses.
H. Willaime, V. Agostoni, P. Horcajada, C. Serre, R. Gref, Université Paris-Sud, FR
-Nanoparticle platform for therapeutic siRNA delivery to HER2 positive breast cancer
W. Ngamcherdtrakul, J. Morry, T. Sangvanich, R. Lee, Z. Hu, S. Gu, J. Gray, W. Yantasee, Oregon Health and Science University, US
-Preparation and evaluation of some carriers for the immobilization of β-Galactosidase
N.Y.F. Almehbad, Faculty of Education for Female Teachers Najran, SA
-A Novel Single Step Method of Synthesizing Large Unilamellar Liposomes for Biomedical Applications
S.M. Phapal, P. Sunthar, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, IN
-Multidrug resistance protein P-gp interaction with nanoparticles (fullerenes and carbon nanotubes) to assess drug delivery to the CNS: a molecular docking study
S. Shityakov, C. Förster, University of Würzburg, DE
-Cell penetrating peptide mediated delivery of has-miRNA-29b to promote mesenchymal stem cell differentiation into osteogenic lineage
J.S. Suh, J.Y. Lee, Y.S. Choi, C.P. Chung, Y.J. Park, Seoul National University, KR
-Metal Oxide Nanoparticle-Induced Changes in 20S Proteasome Activity
C.A. Falaschetti, T. Paunesku, S.S. Chou, M.H. Song, J-T Jang, V.P. Dravid, J. Cheon, G.E. Woloschak, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, US
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Nanofluids
-Heat transfer behaviour of Nanofluids
A.K. Nayak, P.P. Kulkarni, R.K. Singh, P.K. Vijayan, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, IN
-Critical heat flux (CHF) enhancement of the nanofluids by the electrical explosion of a wire in liquids
E. Park, I. Bang, H. Park, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology(UNIST), KR
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Soft Nanotechnology & Colloids
-Smart Colloid and Its Applications in Microdevices
W. Wen, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HK
-Growth of ZnO Nanorods in Clay Matrix to Ensure Uniform Dispersion in Drilling Fluids
J. Abdo, D. Haneef, Sultan Qaboos University, OM
-Optical Trapping of Gold-Coated Liposomes
S.J. Leung, M. Romanowski, University of Arizona, US

Wednesday June 20

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8:30Environmental Health & Safety: KeynotesGrand Ballroom B
Session chair: Rashi Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory
8:30Understanding the NNI Framework for Responsible Development and Use of Nanomaterials
S. Tinkle, National Nanotechnology Coordination Office, US (bio)
9:00Multidisciplinary Approaches to Understanding Environmental Implications of Engineered Nanomaterials
P.A. Holden, University of California Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology, US (bio)
9:30TBA
K. Dawson, University College Dublin, IE
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8:30Bio Nano Materials: KeynotesGrand Ballroom C
Session chair: Liz A. Davies, Soft Matter (RSC), US
8:30Biomolecular Architectures and Systems for Nanoscience Engineering
J. Cha, University of California, San Diego, US
9:00Targeted Nanosponges as Superior Delivery Systems: Practical Synthesis and Efficacy Testing
E.M. Harth, Vanderbilt University, US (bio)
9:30Smart Nanomaterials for Biologic Drug Delivery and Diagnostics
P.S. Stayton, University of Washington, US
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8:30Cancer Nanotech IGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
8:30Top Down Nanotechnology for Cancer Diagnostics
R. Bashir, University of Illinois, US (bio)
9:15Nanoscience Strategies for the Design and Ultra Sensitive Readout of Dense Immunodiagnostic Platforms
M. Granger, University of Utah, US (bio)
9:45Fluid Biopsy in Solid Tumors, how HD-CTCs can provide real-time insights into cancer
P. Kuhn, Scripps Physics Oncology Center; The Scripps Research Institute, US (bio)
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10:30Cancer Nanotech IIGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
10:30Nanomedicine for early detection of cancer and cancer therapy response monitoring
D. Akin, Stanford University, US (bio)
11:00Cell-Nanomaterial Interaction: Implications in Cell-Signaling and Targeted Therapy
R. Kudgus, Mayo Clinic, US (bio)
11:30Therapeutic gene silencing in vivo using RNA interference
A. Sood, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, US
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11:00Environmental Health & Safety IIGrand Ballroom B
Session chair: Elijah Petersen, NIST, US
11:00Evaluating Engineered Nanomaterial Life Cycle and Environmental Risk Using a Comprehensive Environmental Assessment
D.R. Johnson, C. Griggs, C.A. Weiss Jr, M.A. Chappell, A. Poda, A. Bednar, A.J. Kennedy, V. Boddu, M.E. Bates, J.A. Steevens, US Army Engineer Research & Development Center, US
11:20Multimedia Environmental Distribution of Nanomaterials
H.H. Liu, Y. Cohen, University of California, Los Angeles, US
11:40Experimental and theoretical prediction of the role nanoparticle agglomeration on modulating cellular dose response
G. Sharma, V. Kodali, M. Gaffrey, W. Wang, K. Minard, N. Karin, J. Teeguarden, B. Thrall, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, US
12:00A Regulator’s Approach to Nanomaterials
S. Takatori, J. Wong, California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA), US
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11:00Bio Nano Materials: Self Assembly of BionanoparticlesGrand Ballroom C
Session chair: Liz A. Davies, Soft Matter (RSC), US
11:00Synthesis of Ultra Small Biocompatible Magnetic Nanocomposites by Seeded Emulsion Polymerization
H. Kloust, E. Pöselt, S. Kappen, C. Schmidtke, A. Kornowski, W. Pauer, H.-U. Moritz, H. Weller, University of Hamburg, DE
11:20Vertically Aligned Patterned Peptide Nano Wires for Cellular Studies
M.B. Taskin, Technical University of Denmark, DK
11:40Unravelling adsorption and alignment of amyloid fibrils at interfaces by probe particle tracking
L. Isa, J.M. Jung, R. Mezzenga, S Jordens, ETH Zurich, CH
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11:00Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: SpotlightsGreat America 2
Session chair: James Clark, University of York, UK
11:00Waste Flue Gas CO to Innovative Biofuel Production
J. Holmgren, LanzaTech, Inc., US
11:20Clean Production of Bioplastic and Bio-oil from Solar Energy and Carbon Dioxide
J. Yu, University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
11:40Sweet Sorghum Biorefinery for Production of Fuel Ethanol and Value-added Co-products
N.P. Nghiem, C.M. Nguyen, C.M. Drapcho, T.H. Walker, USDA Agricultural Research Service, US
12:00Increasing the Energy Density of Plant Biomass: Oil Production in Leaves
C. Hilder, Arcadia Biosciences, US
12:20Cooperation on the Development of Clean and High-efficiency Technology of Biomass
B. Shenwu, Energy Technology Corp., CN
12:40Low-cost, concentrated sugar production from lignocellulosic feedstocks
S. Mohapatra, R. Hemyeri, A. Manesh, American Science and Technology Corporation, US
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11:00Fluidic Device SimulationRoom 212
Session chair: Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
11:00Design Simulations of a Novel Microdevice for Fluid Pumping, Droplet Generation and Particle Sorting
R.M. Pidaparti, G. Su, Virginia Commonwealth University, US
11:20Numerical Study on a passive micromixer with sinusoidal channel walls
A. Afzal, K.-Y. Kim, Inha University, KR
11:40CANCELED - Numerical modeling of squeeze-film damping in micro-mirrors including rarefaction effects
S. Nigro, L. Pagnotta, M.-F. Pantano, Università della Calabria, IT
12:00Modeling Fluid Structure-Interactions for Biomechanic Analysis of the Human Eye
E.P. Furlani, A. Nunez, G. Vizzeri, University at Buffalo SUNY, US (bio)
12:20Electrophoretic Migration of Charged Permeable Particle in Electrolyte
P.P. Gopmandal and S. Bhattacharyya, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, IN
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11:00Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery IIIGreat America 3
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB National Institutes of Health, US
11:00Controlling the Intracellular Distribution of Agents with Core/Shell Particles Made from Particle Blends
K.K. Tran, H. Shen, University of Washinton, US
11:20Multifunctionalized gold nanoparticles for controlled drug-release by non-linear excitation
V. Voliani, F. Ricci, G. Signore, R. Nifosì, S. Luin, F. Beltram, Center for nanotechnology innovation @NST, Istituto italiano di tecnologia and Scuola normale superiore, IT
11:40Multifunctional Gold Nanorod-Based Drug/SiRNA Nanocarriers for Targeted Neuroendocrine Cancer Therapy
Y. Xiao, R. Jaskula-Sztulb, H. Chen, S. Gong, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
12:00Targeted Nucleoprotein Nanodevices for Diagnosis and Delivery
E. Singer, K. Munson, T. Wilson, S. Smith, Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope, US
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12:30Networking Lunch - ExpoExhibit Hall AB
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1:00NNI - Director’s Networking Session, National Nanotechnology Coordination OfficeExhibit Hall A
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1:30Exhibit and Poster Session IIExhibit Hall AB
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Environmental Health & Safety
-Fungicidal nanoparticles of low toxicity from cationic lipid and polyelectrolytes
L.D. Melo, A.M. Carmona-Ribeiro, Universidade de São Paulo, BR
-Evidence for a direct interaction between poly-dispersed single-wall carbon nanotubes and murine erythrocytes resulting in in vitro and in vivo cytotoxicity
S. Sachar, R.K. Saxena, Jawaharlal Nehru University, IN
-Toxicological effects of functionalized single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) on embryonic zebrafish (Danio rerio)
L. Felix, Y. Martinez-Rubi, B. Simard, G. Goss, University of Alberta, CA
-A safer formulation concept for flame-generated engineered nanomaterials
S. Gass, G. Pyrgiotakis, J.M. Cohen, G.A. Sotiriou, S.E. Pratsinis, P. Demokritou, Harvard School of Public Health, US
-Cytotoxic Effects of Four Metallic Oxide Nanoparticles on Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Neurons
S. Lu, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, C.K. Daniels, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-Cytotoxicity of Magnesium Oxide Nanoparticles in Schwann Cells
V.K. Idikuda, A.R. Jaiswal, Y.Y.W. Wong, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, J.C.K. Lai, Idaho State University, US
-Cytotoxic Effects of Short Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes in Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Neurons
J.C.K. Lai, W. Gao, A. Bhushan, S.W. Leung, Idaho State University College of Pharmacy, US
-Tools and Approaches for the Assessment of Nanomaterial Induced Oxidative DNA Damage
E.J. Petersen, B.J. Marquis, P. Jaruga, M. Dizdaroglu, B.C. Nelson, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Novel Immune Biosensors Based on the Structured Nano-Porous Silicon for Control of Mycotoxins in Environmental Objects
N.F. Starodub, N.F. Slishek, I.V. Pylypenko, L.N. Pylypenko, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, UA
-The cytotoxic and antimicrobial impact of Metallic Nanoparticles on an in-vitro human GI tract model.
K. Sheehy, A. Murphy, N. O’Claonadh, A. Casey, G. Chambers, Dublin Institute of Technology, IE
-An investigation on the aggregation phenomena of Titanium dioxide nanoparticles in natural waters: role of ionic strength, organic matter and natural colloidal particles
M. Romanello, V.A. Luppi, L. Bertini, M. Fidalgo de Cortalezzi, Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires, AR
-Toxicity of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles on Growth Kinetics of Activated Biomass
P. Das, N. Bagdiya, A. Kumar, IIT Delhi, IN
-Uptake and Elimination Behaviors of Polyethyleneimine (PEI)-Coated Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Eisenia Foetida and Daphnia Magna
E.J. Petersen, R.A. Pinto, D.J. Mai, P.F. Landrum, L. Zhang, Q. Huang, X. Shi, W.J. Weber Jr, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Antibacterial activity and intracellular accumulation of silver nanoparticles on Escherichia coli K-12
Y.J. Choi, B.-T. Lee, K.-W. Kim, K.H. Chung, W.K. Song, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, KR
-Environmental Management for a regulatory commerce institution in rural sector in Colombia
A.J. Toro, G. Camargo, Universidad Libre, CO
-Health Risk Ranking Framework for the Life Cycle of Nanomaterial-Containing Products
A.K. Madl, K. Unice, M. Kreider, M. Kovochich, I.G. Bebenek, ChemRisk, LLC, US
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Cancer Nanotechnology
-Mn-Zn Ferrite and Photosensitizer Co-Loaded Cancer Theranostic Agent for Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Photodynamic Therapy
S.-M. Lai, M.-D. Yang, M.-J. Tung, P.-S. Lai, National Chung Hsing University, TW
-Copper complexes loaded on nanostructured TiO2 materials as citotoxic agents of cancer cells
T. Lopez, E. Ortiz, P. Guevara, E. Gómez, Instituto Nacional de Neurologia y Neurocirugia, MX
-Electrospun 5-fluorouracil loaded bovine serum albumin-polyvinylpyrrolidone nanofibers
U.E. Illangakoon, N.P. Chatterton, G.R. Williams, T. Nazir, London Metropolitan University, UK
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Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery
-Understanding Adhesion of Bioactive Polymers on Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Surfaces.
V. Vyas, B.D. Huey, University of Connecticut, US
-Supramolecular assemblies of cisplatin and polyelectrolytes: preparation, characterization and activity against cancer cells
D.B. Vieira, V. Kim, D.F.S. Petri, C.F.M. Menck, A.M. Carmona-Ribeiro, Universidade de São Paulo, BR
-Orally Delivered Polymeric nanoparticles of Lopinavir: Development and Statistical optimization, in vitro and ex vivo studies
G. Joshi, K.K. Sawant, M S University of Baroda, IN
-Nanostructured cellulose materials: adsorption of antibiotics onto cellulose fibers functionalized with glycidylmethacrylate for the manufacturing of antibacterial fabrics
E. Vismara, G. Torri, A. Valerio, G. Graziani, A. Montanelli, L. Melone, Politecnico di Milano, IT
-Properties of Hydrophobized Chitosan-Insulin Nanoparticles with different hydrophobic chain sizes.
E. Robles, E. Villar, J. Juárez, P. Taboada, M.-G. Burboa, M. Alatorre, V. Mosquera, M.-A. Valdez, Universidad de Sonora, MX
-Self Assembled Nanostructures of Triblock Co-polymer and Plasmid DNA for Gene Delivery
H.K. Daima, S. Shankar, P.R. Selvakannan, S.K. Bhargava, V. Bansal, RMIT University, AU
-In vitro anticancer activity of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) nanoparticles loaded with antitumor drug Paclitaxel
S.G. Yakovlev, A.P. Bonartsev, D.V. Bagrov, Yu.M. Efremov, A.P. Boskhomdzhiev, E.V. Filatova, P.V. Ivanov, T.K. Makhina, G.A. Bonartseva, A.N.Bach’s Institute of Biochemistry Russian Academy of Sciences, RU
-Nanospray Dryer Employed in Nanoencapsulated Production
A.M. Oliveira, N.N.P. Cerize, K.L. Guimarães, J.G.R. Poco, A.S. Tunussi, D.C.S. Patto, Institute of Technological Research – IPT, BR
-Sequential Surface Functionalization by Polyoxometalates and Lysine Renders Non-toxic Gold Nanoparticles Strong Antibacterial Agents
H.K. Daima, P.R. Selvakannan, S.K. Bhargava, V. Bansal, RMIT University, AU
-Encapsulation and Characterization of BSA in PLA-PEG Nanoparticles as a Model for Chlamydia trachomatis rMOMP-278 Protein Nanovaccine Delivery System
M. Taha, S.R. Singh, C. Moore, R. Agee, V.A. Dennis, Alabama State University, US
-Counting and Sizing Protein Aggregates Down to 0.15 micron Using New Focused Beam Light Scattering Technology
P. O’Hagan, D.F. Nicoli, K. Hasapidis, Particle Sizing Systems, US
-Surfactant Effect on Intercellular Transport of DNA, Proteins, and Electrolytes
D. Assan, X. Gao, J.C.K. Lai, S.W. Leung, Idaho State U, US
-Drug diffusion transport models for nanoporous material
A. Ziemys, M. Milosevic, M. Ferrari, M. Kojic, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute, US
-Development of PHEMA-Chitosan nanospheres and encapsulation of RSV-F DNA vaccine
E. Eroglu, A.B. Waffo, V.A. Dennis, S.R. Singh, Alabama State University, US
-Nanoparticle Analysis with a Tunable Pore Sensor for Monitoring of Drug Delivery Systems
Y. Ganor, Izon Science Ltd, US
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Composite Materials
-Reactivity Enhancement of Nanoenergetic Materials Through Functionalized Al@Bi2O3/I2O5 Core-Shell Architecture
R. Singh, N. Badi, M. Hobosyan, K. Martirosyan, University of Houston, US
-Effect of γ-ray irradiated MWCNTs on electrical conductivity of a PET/graphite composite for a bipolar plate application
D.H. Kim, Y. Son, Kongju National University, KR
-Preparation of a new generation porous thermal insulation mass using functional nanomaterials
J. Ulbikas, J. Boženko, N. Spirova, CJSC Modern E-Technologies, LT
-Thermal and Thermomechanical Properties of Epoxy Resin / Carbon Black Nanocomposites
A. Kanapitsas, H. Zois, A.Z. Stimoniaris, C.G. Delides, Technological Educational Institute of Lamia, GR
-New Electrochemical Sensors Based on Clay and Carbon Micro and Nanoparticles for Pharmaceutical and Environmental Analysis
A. Maghear, A. Cernat, C. Cristea, A. Marian, I.O. Marian, R. Săndulescu, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, RO
-New approaches of soft chemistry for preparation of nanostructured multifunctional composite coatings
A.V. Vinogradov, V.V. Vinogradov, A.V. Agafonov, Institute of Solution Chemistry RAS, RU
-Manufacturing and Properties of Nanofiber Composites
D-K Yong, Chungnam National University, KR
-Viscosity Behavior of Magnetic Nanoparticle Filled Fluids and Impact Resistance of Their Fabric Composites
S.G. Lee, Chungnam National University, KR
-Fabrication of amine-functionalized polymer reduced graphene oxide core-shell microsphere
J.S. Oh, S.H. Kim, J.P. Hong, T.S. Hwang, S.C. Hong, J.D. Nam, Sungkyunkwan University, KR
-Irradiation effect on ethanol sensing response of zinc and tin composite oxide
O. Singh, R.C. Singh, Guru Nanak Dev University, IN
-Manufacturing Tough Amorphous Thermoplastic-Graphene Nanocomposites
S. Bandla, J.C. Hanan, Oklahoma State University, US
-Enhancement of EMI shielding absorbing capacity of CNT cement composites by the addition of fly ash
I.W. Nam, H.K. Kim, H.K. Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Technology, KR
-Elastomer composites containing layered fillers modified with ionic liquids.
M. Lipinska, A. Laskowska, M. Zaborski, A. Masek, Institute of Polymer and Dye Technology, PL
-Elastomer composites containing layered fillers and hydroxyapatities
M. Lipinska, J. Pietrasik, M. Zaborski, A. Masek, Institute of Polymer and Dye Technology, PL
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Micro & Nano Fluidics
-Spatial profiles of electrical conductivity, fluid admittance and water flow in a charged nanopore
G. Virdi, M.I. Glavinovic, McGill University, CA
-Electrothermal blinking vortices for chaotic mixing
P. Kauffmann, S. Loire, I. Mezic, UCSB, US
-Micro-particle Electrical Conduction through Human Blood
S. Abdalla, A.A. Al-Ghamdi, F. Marzouki, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, P.O. Box 80203, Jeddah 21589, Saudi Arabia, SA
-Nanoparticle transport models in confined fluids
T.S. Mahadevan, M. Kojic, M. Milosevic, V. Isailovic, N. Filipovic, M. Ferrari, A. Ziemys, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute, US
-Effects of Solvents on Dissolution of Photoresist in Parylene Microchannels
H. Ceylan Koydemir, H. Kulah, C. Ozgen, I. Tosun, Middle East Technical University, TR
-Microfluidic dual-micropillar culture device for embryonic stem cell differentiation
J.M. Lee, J. Kim, G. Muhammad, B. Ku, Y. Lee, B.G. Chung, Hanyang University, KR
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3:30Cancer Nanotech IIIGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Mansoor Amiji, Northeastern University, US
3:30Nano-Therapeutics for Blocking Multiple Targets: New Age for Combination Cancer Treatments
J. Ljubimova, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, US
4:00Vascular and tumor imaging using targeted viral nanoparticles
M. Manchester, University of California, San Diego, US (bio)
4:30Systemic Responses to Targeted Nanoparticle Imaging and Theranostic Agents
L. Yang, Emory University School of Medicine, US (bio)
5:00Translational Cancer Nano-Medicine: Multimodal Strategies to Overcome Tumor Drug Resistance
M. Amiji, Northeastern University, US
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4:00Environmental Health & Safety: EHS Aspects of Products Containing Ag NanoparticlesGrand Ballroom B
Session chair: Elijah Petersen, NIST, US
4:00Transformations of Silver Nanoparticles in the Environment and their Impact on Fate and Effects
C. Levard, Center for the Environmental Implications of NanoTechnology (CEINT), US
4:30Pilot Estuarine Mesocosm Study on the Environmental Fate of Silver Nanomaterials Leached from Consumer Products
D. Cleveland, S.E. Long, P.L. Pennington, E. Cooper, M.H. Fulton, G.I. Scott, T. Brewer, J. Davis, E.J. Petersen, L. Wood, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US (bio)
4:50Quantifying the origin of nanosilver ions and their antibacterial activity
G.A. Sotiriou, A. Meyer, J. Knijnenburg, S. Panke, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich, CH
5:10The Effect of Photolysis on the Stability and Toxicity of Silver Nanoparticles
A.R. Poda, A.J. Kennedy, US Army Corps of Engineers, US
5:30Assessing the Antimicrobial Activity of Silver Nanoparticles Leached from Medical Devices
B.J. Casey, B.J. Dair, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, US
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4:00Bio Nano Materials: Interactions Between Bio and Nano MaterialsGrand Ballroom C
Session chair: Liz A. Davies, Soft Matter (RSC), US
4:00Understanding How Nanopatterning Affects Protein Deposition
B.J. Casey, J.S. Silverstein, P. Kofinas, B.J. Dair, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, US
4:20Novel nanoparticles for targeted delivery of siRNA in CNS diseases
M. Malhotra, C.-T. Duchesneau, S. Saha, S. Prakash, McGill University, CA
4:40A Novel Electrochemical Process for Assembling Composite Macrostructures of Collagen Containing Hierarchically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes
X. Cheng, V.Z. Poenitzsch, R. Bizios, Southwest Research Institute, US
5:00Magnetic field induced chaining of magnetic nanoparticles and its effects on proton relaxation rates
R.R. Varsani, K.S. Iyer, R.C. Woodward, M.J. House, T.G. St Pierre, M. Saunders, The University of Western Australia, AU
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3:30Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: Green ChemistryRoom 207
Session chair: James Clark, University of York, UK
3:30Starbons® - A New Family of Bio-based Mesoporous Materials Derived from Polysaccharides
J.H. Clark, V.L. Budarin, D.J. Macquarrie, S.W. Breeden, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, UK
3:50CANCELED - Conversion of C-5 sugars into into a third generation biofuel using low amount of H2
J.-M. Lavoie, Université de Sherbrooke, CA
4:10Reducing Material Waste in Biodiesel Production through Multi-Energy Optimized Processing
M.M. Kropf, The Pennsylvania State University, US
4:30Metal-supported Semiconductor/Biomolecular Composite for Solar Hydrogen Generation
S. Balasubramanian, T. Rajh, E. Rozhkova, Argonne National Laboratory, US
4:50Catalytic Biomass Reforming for Hydrogen and Hydrocarbon Production
R. Tungal, M. Subramanian, C. Lew, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
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3:30Materials for Drug & Gene Delivery IVGreat America 2
Session chair: Steven Zullo, NIBIB National Institutes of Health, US
3:30Drug Delivery with Light-Activated Gold-Coated Liposomes
G.V. Orsinger, S.J. Leung, S.S. Knights, J.D. Williams, M. Romanowski, University of Arizona, US
3:50Lyophilisomes: novel protein capsules as drug delivery system
E. van Bracht, P.J. Geutjes, R.G. Wismans, E. Oosterwijk, T.H. Kuppevelt, W.F. Daamen, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, NL
4:10Electrically-Controlled Drug Release System to Assist Wound Healing
S. Zhu, J. Mbugua, M. Chase, J. Maskrod, J.H. Jung, T. Nicholson III, E. Fabrizio, R. Mercado, Crosslink, US
4:30Designing Responsive Materials with Chemically Amplified Sensitivity to NIR light
N. Fomina, C. McFearin, M. Sermsakdi, J. Morachis, A. Almutairi, University of California at San Diego, US
4:50Dual Modal Gene Expression and Silencing Using Viral/Nonviral Chimeric Nanoparticles for Synergistic Gene Therapy
S.K. Cho, T. Luu, S. Wong, Y.J. Kwon, UC Irvine, US
5:10Triple protection delivery system for retinaldehyde: Preparation, skin penetration and controlled release at the hair follicles.
P. Supmuang, S. Wanichwecharungruang, Chulalongkorn University, TH
5:30Electrospun Nanofibrous Scaffold for Controlled Drug Delivery
V. Leung, R. Hartwell, E. Faure, H. Yang, A. Ghahary, F. Ko, University of British Columbia, CA
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5:30TechConnect Innovation Showcase ReceptionExpo Hall CD
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6:00CTSI Utility Technology Challenge Awards and ReceptionExpo Theater 1
Session chair: Patti Glaza, Arsenal Venture Partners, US

Thursday June 21

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8:30Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems: KeynotesGrand Ballroom B
Session chair: Kenneth Dawson, University College Dublin, Ireland
8:30Studying Interactions Between Proteins, Nanoparticles and Living Systems at the single-molecule and single-cell level
J. Rädler, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Munich, DE (bio)
9:00Nanoparticle-induced protein unfolding and subsequent biological interactions
R. Minchin, The University of Queensland, AU
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8:30Cancer Nanotech IVGrand Ballroom A
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory, US
8:30Polymalic acid-based nanodrugs: Anti-tumor efficacy and host compatibility
E. Holler, Hui Ding, R. Patil, J. Portilla, S. Inoue, P. Gangulum, S.E. McNeil, A. Patri, M.A. Dobrovolskaia, K.L. Black, J.Y. Ljubimova, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, US
8:50EGF conjugated gold and silver nanoparticles for imaging EGFR over-expressing cells
L.J. Lucas, K.C. Hewitt, Dalhousie University, CA
9:10Efficient “green” technology to load an anticancer drug, gemcitabine monophosphate, into Iron-Trimesate MOF nanoparticles
V.R. Ruiz, V. Agostoni, H. Willaime, P. Horcajada, C. Serre, M. Lampropoulou, K. Yanakopoulous, R. Gref, Université Paris-Sud, FR
9:30VEGF-dependent mechanism of anti-angiogenic action of diamond nanoparticles in glioblastoma multiforme tumor.
M. Grodzik, E. Sawosz, M. Wierzbicki, A. Hotowy, M. Prasek, S. Jaworski, A. Chwalibog, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, PL
9:50Combined targeted hyperthermia and drug delivery with magnetic nanoparticles
T. Mitrelias, M. Tselepi, C. Barnes, V. Orel, I. Schepotin, Cavendish NanoTherapeutics, UK
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10:00National Nanotechnology Initiative Triennial ReviewGreat America 1
Session chair: Erik Svedberg, National Materials and Manufacturing, National Academies, US
10:00NNI Town Hall Meeting
E. Svedberg, National Nanotechnology Initiative, US
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11:00Bio Nano Materials: Modeling & Simulation of BionanomaterialsRoom 209
Session chair: Liz A. Davies, Soft Matter (RSC), US
11:00Controlling Morphology of Bio-nanostructured Materials via Self-Assembly of Amphiphilic Lipids and Functionalized Nanotubes
M. Dutt, O. Kuksenok, A.C. Balazs, Rutgers University, US
11:20Structural conformations of ATP/Mg:ATP and Mg2+ coordinating dynamics in motor proteins
A. Bojovschi, M.S. Liu, R.J. Sadus, Swinburne University of Technology, AU
11:40The density of peptide-MHC ligands within nanoscale oligomers influences T-cell receptor mediated signaling
Y. Sykulev, Thomas Jefferson University, US
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11:00Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels: Algae Technologies & ApplicationsGreat America 2
Session chair: James Clark, University of York, UK
11:00Innovative Technology for Algae Dewatering
A.R. Völkel, H.B. Hsieh, N. Chang, K. Melde, A. Kole, PARC, a Xerox company, US
11:20Light Management for Improved Photobioreactors
T. Orsley, Corning, US
11:40ReactWell - Underground Geothermal Biomass-to-oil & bioproduct production platform
J. Doherty, ReactWell/New Orleans BioInnovation Center, US
12:00Interaction of Light, Geothermal Water and Nutrients on Biomass Production of Chlorella sorokiniana Microalgae (CS-101)
J. Rastegary, New Mexico State University, US
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11:00Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems IIGrand Ballroom B
Session chair: Kenneth Dawson, University College Dublin, Ireland
11:00Materials by Design: High-function, low-bioimpact nanomaterials
R. Iyer, Los Alamo National Laboratory, US (bio)
11:30The effects of bio-fluids on nanoparticle size distribution, agglomerative state and associated in vitro toxicity
A. Murphy, Nanolab Research Centre, IE
11:50Polyurethane Nanocomposites as Biomaterials – Mechanical Performance, Morphology and Biocompatibility
D. Martin, A. Fazlina Osman, Y. Andriani, A. Padsalgikar, M. Svehla, P. Halley, R. Minchin, The University of Queensland, AU
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10:30Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging IIIRoom 204
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory & Manuel Perez, University of Florida, US
10:30Rapid and sensitive detection of an intracellular pathogen in human peripheral leukocytes with hybridizing magnetic relaxation nanosensors
M. Perez, University of Central Florida, US (bio)
11:00PLGA-PEG multifunctional nanoparticles for simultaneous drug delivery and imaging by MRI and fluorescence microscopy
A. Fornara, A. Chiavarino, J. Qin, M.S. Toprak, M. Muhammed, YKI - Institute for Surface Chemistry, SE
11:20A Nanopore Biomimetic Device Quantitatively Detects Early Stage Cancer Cells; a Contour Map Multiple Variable Correlation Method Assesses the Heat of Cancer Cells Released
E.T. Chen, Y. Shen, J. Thornton, C. Ngatchou, S-H. Duh, P.T. Kissinger, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
11:40Novel three-dimensional porous film for single-cell microarray applications
S. Ranjan, Z. Yong, National University of singapore, SG
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12:30National Innovation Showcase - Networking Lunch (available for purchase)Expo Hall CD
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2:00Bio Nano Materials: Synthesis & Biomedical Application of Novel BionanomaterialsGreat America 1
Session chair: Liz A. Davies, Soft Matter (RSC), US
2:00Enhancing Cellular Internalization of Gold Nanoparticles with Controllable Surface Modification and Functionalization
W. Qian, M. Murakami, Y. Ichikawa, Y. Che, IMRA America, Inc., US
2:20Bicelles: New Lipid Nanosystems for Biomedical Applications
L. Barbosa-Barros, G. Rodriguez, L. Rubio, M. Cocera, C. Alonso, A. de la Maza, O. Lopez, Inst. Advan. Chemistry Catalonia-CSIC, ES
2:40Hyaluronan-modified Magnetic Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticles for Hyperthermia
H.-C. Wu, S.-Y. Hsieh, T.-W. Wang, Tatung University, TW
3:00Novel Organofunctional Silane Coatings on Silica-Coated Ti
J.P. Matinlinna, J.K.H. Tsoi, The University of Hong Kong, HK
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1:30Micro & Nano Fluidic DevicesGreat America 3
Session chair: Edward P. Furlani, University at Buffalo (SUNY), US
1:30Micro optofluidics and micro magnetofluidics: multiphysics at the microscale
N-T Nguyen, Nanyang Technological University, SG
2:00Droplet-based Microfluidics
K. Oh, SUNY Buffalo, US
2:30Free-Surface Microfluidics: Exploring New Actuation and Sensing Methods
G. Yu, N. Lei, X. Chen, W. Xue, J. Xu, Washington State University, US
2:50Structure-Enhanced Self-Powered Microfluidic Pumps and Stickers
L. Xu, R. Panchapakesan, K. Lee, B. Ahn, H. Lee, J. Xu, K.W. Oh, SMALL SUNY at Buffalo, US (bio)
3:10A Novel Compact Lab-on-a-Chip Nanosensor for In-Channel Liquid Viscosity Detection
J. Zhao, J. Xu, W. Xue, Washington State University Vancouver, US
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1:30Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems IIIGreat America K
Session chair: Kenneth Dawson, University College Dublin, Ireland
1:30Cytotoxicity of silver nanoparticles
G.A. Sotiriou, A. Pratsinis, J.-C. Leroux, S.E. Pratsinis, Particle Technology Laboratory, ETH Zurich, CH
1:50Smaller sizes of Ag-PVP Nanoparticles Control Inflammatory Responses, and Reduce CD80 and CD86 Expression Levels, in Macrophages Infected with Chlamydia trachomatis
A.N. Yilma, S.R. Singh, V.A. Dennis, Alabama State University, US
2:10Modeling Interactions of Functionalized Nanoparticles with Biological Receptors
O. Stueker, M. Stepanova, National Institute for Nanotechnology, National Research Council of Canada, CA
2:30Molecular modeling of the PEGylated bilayer as a model for the PEGylated liposome surface in the bloodstream
A. Magarkar, University of Helsinki, FI
2:50Cancer cell targeting of lipid gene vectors by protein corona
G. Caracciolo, D. Pozzi, A.L. Capriotti, C. Cavaliere, F. Cardarelli, A. Bifone, A. Laganà, Sapienza University of Rome, IT
3:10Nanomaterial Registry: An authoritative resource for assessing environmental and biological interactions of nanomaterials
M.L. Ostraat, K. Mills, D. Murry, K. Guzan, RTI International, US
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1:30Biosensing, Diagnostics and Imaging IVGreat America J
Session chair: Srinivas Iyer, Los Alamos National Laboratory & Manuel Perez, University of Florida, US
1:30Sample Preparation by On-Chip Dielectrophoretic Separation and Concentration of Viable, Non-Viable and Viable but Not Culturable (VBNC) Escherichia coli
M. Packard, M. Shusteff, E. Alocilja, Michigan State University, US
1:50Ultralow Detection of Bio-markers using Gold Nanoshells
D. Patel, G. Zhang, X. Sun, A.M. Gobin, R.S. Keynton, University of Louisville, US
2:10Breath acetone monitoring by portable Si:WO3 gas sensors
M. Righettoni, A. Tricoli, S. Gass, A. Schmid, A. Amann, S.E. Pratsinis, ETH Zurich, CH
2:30Disposable Coded Low Signal-Noise Ratio Single Cell Impedance Cytometry
S. Emaminejad, M. Javanmard, R.W. Dutton, R.W. Davis, Stanford Genome Technology Center, US
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2:30TechConnect Start-Up Partnering: Medical, Pharma, Personal CareExpo Theater 2
Session chair: Paul Prendergast, Merchant & Gould, US
2:30Topical Skin Adhesive
W.B. Jeon, IntuitiveMediCorp, KR
2:40Nano-Magnetic drug targeting
A. Harel, NanoMed Targeting Systems Inc., US
2:50Leukocyte coping capacity: stress-testing at your fingertips
D. Sarphie, Oxford MediStress Ltd, US
3:00Reagent-free nanobiomimetic electrochemical sensing platform
E. Chen, Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
3:10Magnetic nanotechnology for targeted cancer treatment
T. Mitrelias, Cavendish NanoTherapeutics, UK
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4:00TechConnect Start-Up Partnering: Biotech, Biomaterials & BiosciencesExpo Theater 2
Session chair: Paul Prendergast, Merchant & Gould, US
4:00Laser Transmission Spectroscopy
C. Tanner, LightSprite, LLC, US
4:10Novel Shape Memory foam devices for neurovascular and other vascular applications
S. Biswas, Shape Memory Therapeutics, US
4:20Low-power, high brightness, high-resolution LED Light
S. Kang, Lux World Co., Ltd., KR
4:30Disruptive wireless silicon platform for disposable wireless healthcare sensors
S. Magar, HMicro, Inc., US
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4:00TechConnect National Innovation Showcase, Reception & Poster Session IIIExpo Hall CD
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Bio Nano Materials
-Clusters of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Efficient Magnetic Resonance Imaging
P.-S. Lai, S.-M. Lai, National Chung Hsing University, TW
-Study on the novel drug vehicle with multimodal imaging function
P.J. Wu, T.Y. Liu, Institute of Biomedical Engineering, National Yang-Ming University of Taiwan (ROC), TW
-Novel smart bio-nanomaterials: bioactive glasses containing metal nano-particles conjugated with molecules of biological interests
G. Malavasi, G. Lusvardi, L. Menabue, E. Ferrari, M. Saladini, V. Aina, G. Martra, L. Bergandi, D. Ghigo, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, IT
-Multifunctional Micropatterned Nanofiber Capable of Cell Patterning, Metabolite Detection, and Growth Factor Delivery
W.G. Koh, H.J. Lee, H.W. Lee, S. Park, Yonsei University, KR
-Electronic effects in CdSe/ZnS quantum dots conjugated to Interleukin 10 antibodies
T.V. Torchynska, J.L. Casas Espinola, J. Douda, O.S. López de la Luz, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, MX
-Boron Nitride Nanotubes functionalized with glucosamine as a potential novel carrier system for radioisotope and drug delivery
T.H. Ferreira, D.C. Ferreira Soares, L.M. Costa-Moreira, E. Martins Barros de Sousa, Centro de Desenvolvimento da Tecnologia Nuclear, BR
-Aerosol based fabrication of thiol-capped gold nanoparticles and their application for gene transfection
J.H. Byeon, J.T. Roberts, Purdue University, US
-Fabrication of Microelectrodes on Polyester Membranes for Dielectrophoretic Cell Capture
C. Hanke, P.S. Dittrich, D.R. Reyes, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
-Mechanical Characterization of Prion Fibrils using Coarse-grained Modeling Approach in Silico
G. Yoon, Y-K. Kim, K. Eom, S. Na, Korea University, KR
-Evaluation of electrical conductivities of temperature sensitive poly(ethylene glycol) nano-carriers
M. Rhodes, S. Bauman, J. Meyer, J. Peng, S. Ghosh, Southeast Missouri State University, US
-Nanoscale SPM Characterisation of Nacre Argonite Plates and Synthetic Human Amyloid Fibres
I. Grishin, C. Tinker, D. Allsop, A. Robson, O.V. Kolosov, Lancaster University, UK
-Self assembled and organized invertase aggregation
J.H. Lee, E.J. Kim, Chosun University, KR
-Bionanobots for Drug-Delivery
R.B. Gonçalves, PUC, BR
-Smart Nano Probes for Bio-Applications: SERS dots and QD2
Y-S. Lee, Seoul National University, KR
-Anticancer activity of oligosaccharides extracted from Capsosiphon fulvescense using enzyme coated nanofibers
H-W Kim, J-H Lee, Chosun University, KR
-Self-assembling Gold Nanoparticle Supramolecular Structures by Peptide Nanotube Templating
P.Q. Nguyen, N.S. Joshi, Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences / Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering, US
-Engineered Stem Cell Environments: The Path to Therapeutics
A.W. Martin, Corning Incorporated, US
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Bio Sources for Materials & Fuels
-Integrated Photocatalytic and Microbial Degradation of Kraft Lignin
A. Shende, M. Hussein, R. Bhosale, D. Harder-Heinz, R.V. Shende, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-The New OPEC
L. Pfaltzgraff, V. Budarin, J.H. Clark, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, UK
-Development of One-Step Jet Fuel Blend using Solid Acid Catalysts
S. Mohapatra, R. Hemeyari, A. Manesh, M. Misra, American Science and Technology Corporation, US
-Use of Bio-Diesel as an Alternative Fuel and its Effects on Environment
D.P. Mehta, A. Vennapureddy, Bradley University, US
-Bio-oil blend: next generation heating oil
R. Hemeyari, S. Mohapatra, A. Manesh, American Science and Technology Corporation, US
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Interactions Between Nanomaterials & Living Systems
-Novel Approach using SWCNT as a Mechanism of Toxicity on Fungal and Bacterial Cells
J.S. Chaves, S.J. Chaves, Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, CR
-Enhanced Peri-implant Bone Formation around Titanium Alloy Modified with Synthetic Receptor Binding Peptide
J.J. Yoo, H.J. Kim, Y-J. Park, S-H. Rhee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, KR
-Transport of Nanomaterials in Complex Media
L.A. Ubaque, W.L. Vargas, Universidad de los Andes, CO
-Evidences for Charge Transfer-Induced Conformational Changes in Carbon Nanostructure-Protein Corona
R. Podila, P. Vedantam, P.-C. Ke, J.M. Brown, A.M. Rao, Clemson University, US
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Nano Medical Sciences
-Cardiomyocyte Function on Poly-Lactic-co-Glycolic Acid: Carbon Nanofiber Composites under Electrical Stimulation
D.A. Stout, T.J. Webster, Brown Univeristy, US
-Ultrastructural and mechanical effects of collagen cross-linking treatment on human corneo-scleral tissues
S. Choi, G.B. Jung, Y. Cheong, J.H. Shin, K.H. Jin, H.K. Park, Kyung Hee University, KR
-Functionalized Self-Assembling Peptides for Immediate Hemostasis and Accelerative Liver Tissue Regeneration
T.Y. Cheng, H.C. Wu, W.H. Chang, M.Y. Huang, C.H. Lee, T.W. Wang, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, TW
-Three Wave in Disinfectant Science for Bacterial Inactivation
J. Liu, J. Dinn, W. Zhuang, H-C Zhou, S. Bashir, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, US
-Ultrastructure of hepatic cells in rabbits after injection of nanoparticles MCS-B
A.N. Belousov, Laboratory Applied Nanotechnology, UA
-Mechanisms cell regulation by nanotechnology preparations (MCS-B)
A.N. Belousov, E.Yu. Belousova, Laboratory Applied Nanotechnology, UA
-Nanocomposites PAMAM derivatives with antitrombogenic activity and hemocompatibility
E.F. Durán, L.A. Guzmán, A. John, E.J. Fuentes, F.M. Nachtigall, I.F. Palomo, L.S. Santos, Fraunhofer Chile Research, CL
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Nanotechnology for CNS Diseases
-Ceria Nanopartciles Reduce Disease Severity in a Mouse Model of Multiple Sclerosis
W. DeCoteau, K. Heckman, K. Reed, J.S. Erlichman, St. Lawrence University, US
-Molecular Changes in Rat Brain Due to Air Nano Pollution
J.Y. Ljubimova, P.R. Gangalum, J. Portilla-Arias, R. Patil, B. Konda, M. Paff, J. Markman, S. Inoue, A. Espinoza, A. Chesnokova, M. Kleinman, E. Holler, K.L. Black, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, US
-Optimization of the selective capture of PrPSc from brain samples using a prion specific antibody magnetic beads based immuno-precipitation.
N.E.L. Kadi, S. Dudas, S. Czub, CFIA, CA
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Micro & Nano Fluidics
-Programming Fluid Flow in Microchannels Using Microstructures
H. Amini, M. Masaeli, D. Di Carlo, UCLA, US
-All-In-Polymer Injection Molded Device for Single Cell Capture Using Multilevel Silicon Master Fabrication
S. Tanzi, S.T. Larsen, M. Matteucci, R. Taboryski, Technical University of Denmark, DTU Nanotech, DK
-A Hybrid Micro/Nanostructured Wick for New Generation High Performance Heat Carriers/Spreaders
S. Tej, D. Horner, S. Moghaddam, University of Florida, US
-Hydrophobic silicone elastomer chamber for recording trajectories of motile sperms without adsorption
K. Matsuura, H. Funahashi, Okayama University, JP
-Atomistic Simulations of Biomolecules at the Water‐Amorphous Silica Interface: Application to Peptides and DNA Oligomers
B. Shi, Y.K. Shin, A. Hassanali, S.J. Singer, Ohio State University, US
-Fabrication of microfluidic system for micro direct alcohol fuel cell: deep X-ray lithography of three-dimensional microstructures on a stainless steel
C. Yunphuttha, R. Pattanakul, S. Porntheeraphat, A. Wongchaisuwat, P. Viravathana, Kasetsart University, TH
-Instability and Dynamics of EHD Flow with Unipolar and Bipolar Charge Injection in an Annulus
D.V. Fernandes, Y.K. Suh, Dong-A University, KR
-Continuous-flow polymerase chain reaction (PCR) on a right triangular shaped polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) microdevice using a single heater
W. Wu, K.T.L. Trinh, N.Y. Lee, Gachon University, KR
-SUEX for High Aspect Ratio Micro-Nanofluidic Applications
D. Johnson, J. Goettert, V. Singh, D. Yemane, DJ DevCorp, US
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