• Global Health Impacts of Nanotechnology Law: A Tool for Stakeholder Engagement Small things add up: trillions of dollars of products applying nanotechnology have been marketed to consumers promising new medicines, strong packaging to protect goods from contamination, stronger eyelash mascara and long-lasting lipstick, construction materials for housing, cheaper energy, and new drugs to fight cancer.Nanotechnology applications to consumer products represent a huge slice of daily economic life, heralding a revolutionary age for science and technology. How can the benefits of nanotechnology be realized while protecting public health?     Global Health Impacts of Nanotechnology Law: A Tool for Stakeholder Engagement fills a major void in legal, scientific policy discourse about [...]
  • Dr. Feitshans writes plain English. Readers with different backgrounds enjoy reading the clear style. - Bernd Kulow, Journalist
  • The book fills a void in addressing the legal, social, and policy implications of nanotechnology from a global governance perspective. - John Howard, Director, U.S. NIOSH

Safer Nano Design & Law

  • This article outlines key concerns discussed in the process called the Beijing plus twenty review, offering a glimmer of insight about where the UN signatory nations were in 1995, where steps forward for women in STEM have been made and the way forward to implement this critical social change beyond paper promises. [...]

World Congress 2014

  • What does nanotechnology mean for Jewish daily life? What questions do we ask about the nanomedicines that alter genetics or enable people to print replacement body parts potentially reaching the threshold for infinite life? Do Jewish values and culture have something to say in the greater societal discourse? [...]

Nanotechnology Applications


International Law Protecting Women Lawyers: Gender Equity for Occupational Safety and Health

Gender equity impacting womens health in the workplace is an old problem, but one that has garnered significant attention in recent decades.  [...]