NanoSafety Cluster LogoAs the number of H2020 projects come closer to exceeding the number of FP7 projects still running, the focus of investment and research has moved increasingly towards predictive and high throughput approaches to nanosafety, including safety-by-design, bioinformatics, as well as the utilisation of nano-characterisation and safety datasets to support regulation and nanoproduct commercialisation. TheEuropean NanoSafety Cluster has now released its 2016 compendium, providing exciting insights into the state of the art collaborative research occurring across Europe.

Please click here to view the latest version (July 2016) of the European NanoSafety Cluster Compendium, which contains information on all running (or in negotiation) H2020 projects as well as the running or recently completed FP7 projects.