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Djalila Boudemagh, Speaker at Nanotechnology Conferences
Ferhat Abbas University, Algeria
Title : Impact of Nanotechnology on the human health and environment


Significant research has been done in the past several years to manufacture nanoproducts Nanoscience and nanotechnology can be defined as the sciences and technologies of nanoscopic systems. The fact that nanotechnology is substantially cross-, inter-, and multi-disciplinary sets it apart from other fields of technological study. . Despite the novel uses and bright future of nanotechnology, there are worries about its immediate and long-term implications on environmental and human health. Nanoparticles can harm the environment and the human body more than bulk particles because they have larger surface areas than bulk compoundsThe general population ignores the possible danger of nanoparticles present in consumer items and the environment. In our contribution, we will provide an overview of nanoparticles and their applications. Also, we will discuss the positive and negative impacts of nanotechnology on human health and the environment.

Keywords: nanotechnology, nanoproducts, environment, toxicity


Djalila Boudemagh is an Associate Professor of chemistry at Ferhat Abbas University in Algeria for 20 years

Dr. Boudemagh studied Chemistry at the ConstantineUniversity, Algeria and graduated in chemistry (1994) and Master degree in Chemistry at Mentouri Constantine-1 University (2000).She received her PhD degree in 2010 at joseph fourier university, Grenoble, France. She obtained the position of an Associate Professor at the Ferhat Abbas University. She taught indifferent departments of Chemistry, Process Engineering Biology, and Medecine For 20 years.