Abbreviations

ANSI American National Standards Institute

ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers

ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials

CODEX Codex Alimentarius Commission

CSREES Cooperative State Research, Education and

Extension Service

Defra UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

EPA US Environmental Protection Agency

FAO Food and Agriculture Organization

FDA US Food and Drug Administration

GMOs Genetically modified organisms

IFAS Institute for Food and Agricultural Standards

ISO International Organization for Standardization

MSU Michigan State University

NABC National Agricultural Biotechnology Council

NAS National Academy of Sciences

NGO Non-governmental organization

NNCO National Nanotechnology Coordination Office

NNI National Nanotechnology Initiative

NSF National Science Foundation

OECD Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSTP Office of Science and Technology Policy

PCAST President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology

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PSRAST

Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Science

and Technology

R&D

Research and development

RAFI

Rural Advancement Foundation International

RFID

Radio-frequency identification device

RPM

Risk perception mapping

USDA

United States Department of Agriculture

WHO

World Health Organization

Appendix IV Participants at First International IFAS Conference on

Nanotechnology "What Can Nano Learn from Bio?"

Held at Michigan State University, Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing Michigan, October 26-27, 2005

Jim Aidala Fritz Allhoff John Bedz David Berube Lori Bestervelt Les Bourquin Mason Bradbury Jeffrey Burkhardt

Bergeson and Campbell Western Michigan University Michigan Small Tech Association University of South Carolina NSF International Michigan State University Michigan State University* University of Florida

What Can Nanotechnology Learn from Biotechnology? Copyright © 2008 Elsevier Inc.

ISBN: 978-012-373990-2 All rights of reproduction in any form reserved

Larry Busch Kenneth David Brady Deaton Thomas Deits Brian Depew Thomas Dietz Abby Dilley George Gaskell Hans Geerlings Mickey Gjerris William Hannah Jaydee Hanson

Mrill Ingram Michael Knox Jennifer Kuzma Sue LaVigne Richard Lempert Jacqueline Leshkevich John (Jack) Lloyd Phil Macnaghten Alan McHughen Zahra Meghani Manish Mehta

Margaret Mellon Sonia Miller

Kirsty Mills Sho Ngai Norbismi Nordin Chris Phoenix Susanna Priest Erin Pullen Priscilla Regan Jason Robert Sue Selke Steven Slack David Sparling Chris Steele

Michigan State University Michigan State University University of Guelph Lansing Community College Michigan State University** Michigan State University RESOLVE

London School of Economics Shell Research and Technology Centre Danish Centre for Bioethics Michigan State University** International Center for Technology

Assessment La Follette School of Public Affairs LLC

University of Minnesota Gerber Products Co National Science Foundation LSB-Research Services Division Michigan State University Lancaster University University of California-Riverside Michigan State University** National Center for Manufacturing

Sciences Union of Concerned Scientists Converging Technologies Bar

Association Center For High Technology Materials Michigan State University** Michigan State University** Center for Responsible Nanotechnology University of South Carolina Michigan State University* National Science Foundation ASU Center for Biology and Society Michigan State University The Ohio State University/OARDC University of Guelph NSF International (The Toxicology Group)

John Stone Meghan Sullivan Keiko Tanaka Keiko Tanaka Deepa Thiagarajan Paul Thompson Peter VerHage Amy Wolfe

Michigan State University Michigan State University** Michigan State University* University of Kentucky Michigan State University Michigan State University University of Minnesota Oak Ridge National Lab

*Undergraduate Student Assistant

"Graduate Student Assistant

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Appendix V Participants in the "Standards for Nanotechnology" Workshop, 2006

Fritz Allhoff

Evangelyn Alocilja

Les Bourquin

Larry Busch Flora Chow Renata Clarke

Robert Clarke Kenneth David Odilio Benedito Garrido de Assis

Brady Deaton, Jr. Thomas Deits Brian Depew

Western Michigan University, Philosophy

MSU—Biosystems and Agriculture Engineering

MSU—Food Science & Human

Nutrition

MSU—IFAS

US Environmental Protection Agency Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) MSU—Packaging MSU—Anthropology CNPDIA/EMBRAPA Agricultural Instrumentation

University of Guelph, Agricultural Economics

Lansing Community College Science Dept.

MSU—Sociology

What Can Nanotechnology Learn from Biotechnology? ISBN: 978-012-373990-2

Copyright © 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved

Mark Duvall William Hannah Jaydee Hanson

Barbara Herr Harthorn

Steve Holcombe John Koehr

Kristen Kulinowski

Jennifer Kuzma

John (Jack) Lloyd Michele Mekel

Doug Meyer Kirsty Mills

Julia Moore

Stephen Mooser

Ed Munn Mark Nelson

Sho (Lisa) Ngai Norbismi Nordin Steven Pueppke

Susan Selke John V Stone Steve Suppan

Toby Ten Eyck

Deepa Thiagarajan

Jim Thomas

Dow Chemical Company MSU—Philosophy International Center for Technology Assessment

Center for Nanotechnology in Society: University of California-Santa Barbara Pardalis Inc.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology, Rice University

Center for Science, Technology & Public Policy

MSU—Mechanical Engineering Converging Technologies Bar Association (CTBA) International Union of Food Workers Center for High Technology Materials at University of New Mexico Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union

University of South Carolina Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA)

MSU—Mechanical Engineering MSU—Packaging MSU—Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station MSU—Packaging MSU—IFAS

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP)

MSU—National Food Safety & Toxicology Center MSU—Institute for International Agriculture ETC Group

Paul Thompson

Jameson Wetmore Jane Wilson

MSU—W.K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics

The Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International

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