SUGGESTED READINGS More information about nanotechnology is available from these sources: • “New Cements for the 21st Century: the Pursuit of an Alternative to Portland Cement.” Cement and Concrete Research, July 2011. • “Nanoparticles and the Brain: Cause for Concern?” Journal of Nanoparticles and Nanotechnology, August 2009. • “Induction of Mesothelioma in p53+/- Mouse by Intraperitoneal Application of Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes.” Journal of Toxicological Sciences, January 2008. • “Long-term effects of carbon containing engineered nanomaterials and asbestos in the lung: one year postexposure comparisons.” American Journal of Physiology - Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, January 2014. • “Carbon Nanotubes Introduced into the Abdominal Cavity of Mice Show Asbestoslike Pathogenicity in a Pilot Study.” Nature Nanotechnology, July 2008. • “Toxic Potential of Materials at the Nanolevel.” Science, February 3, 2006. • “The Release of Engineered Nanomaterials to the Environment.” Journal of Environmental Monitoring, May 2011. • “Training Workers on the Risks of Nanotechnology.” NIEHS, February 2011. Available at http://bit.ly/nanotraining. • “Use of Nanomaterials in the European Construction Industry and Some Occupational Health Aspects Thereof.” Journal of Nanoparticle Research, February 2011. • “A Critical Evaluation of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) for Engineered Nanomaterials.” Journal of Chemical Health and Safety, September/October 2012. • “Nanomaterials – Preparation of Material Safety Data Sheets.” ISO/TR 13329:2012. • “NNI Supplement to the President’s 2015 Budget.” National Nanotechnology Initiative. Available at www.nano.gov/node/1128. • “Construction,” in Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases: Diseases from Work, Home, Outdoor, and Other Exposures. Wiley, November 2010.