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Applications of Nanotechnology to the Food & Water Infrastructure
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (2012)
  • Deborah L Gelman, Pace University
  • Daniel G Wolf, University of Maryland University College
Abstract
Nanotechnology is an emerging science with numerous potential applications to the food and water critical infrastructures. Vulnerabilities of both infrastructures are addressed. Additionally, this paper will examine sensors, chemical delivery systems, bioactive agents, remote camera design, nano-emulsions, remediation, filtration, coding, computation, and dual-use applications in as they apply to the protection and exploitation of the food and water infrastructures.
Keywords
  • nanotechnology,
  • bioremediation
Publication Date
February 24, 2012
Citation Information
Deborah L Gelman and Daniel G Wolf. "Applications of Nanotechnology to the Food & Water Infrastructure" Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Vol. 6 Iss. 1 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/deborah_gelman/1/