Guerino is committed to integrating the principles of green chemistry and engineering into the design and manufacturing of novel materials. Guerino has developed numerous novel functional polymers for both inkjet and xerographic applications. He is Adjunct Professor at both McMaster and Ryerson University. He received his undergraduate followed by a Ph.D. (1986) at McGill University in synthetic organic chemistry and has authored more than 225 patents for Xerox. Guerino joined the Xerox Research Centre of Canada in 1987.
Nan-Xing oversees the R&D activities of the Xerographic Consumables Program. He supervises Ph.D. students from McMaster University who are conducting materials research for printed electronics applications. Nan-Xing is a member of the IntelliPACK Leadership Council, a joint council between Canadian Printable Industry Association (CPEIA) and Packaging Consortium (PAC). He is a named inventor on over 200 U.S. patents and has 60 publications. He received the Anne Mulcahy Award in 2010 for excellence in innovation. Nan-Xing received his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Hiroshima University (Japan). He joined Xerox in 1994.