EuroNanoForum 2017 was held in Valletta, Malta from June 21-23, with the aim of bringing industry to the centre stage of nano innovation. More than a thousand delegates from research, industry and public policy gathered for the event, during which some of the key issues surrounding the continued development of nanotechnology and the increasingly important
EuroNanoForum 2017 brings industry to centre stage for nano innovation, while a special workshop focuses on how we ensure this innovation is safe for all Nanotechnology is widely regarded as being at the vanguard of industrial innovation, helping us push the boundaries of what is possible across a diverse range of science and industry.
The Working Party on Manufactured Nanomaterials of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD WPMN) has released a new publication of its series on the safety of manufactured nanomaterials. The eightieth publication in this series, entitled Alternative testing strategies in risk assessment of manufactured nanomaterials: current state of knowledge and research needs to advance
With data from all the partners now received, work has begun on the analysis and creation of predictive models. Dario Greco explains what has been done so far and how collaboration with external groups will help to validate the model’s effectiveness. We received most of the data from the partners by the end of 2016.
The safe and responsible use of engineered nanomaterials is hard to define without concrete systems indicating the risks. But nanosafety isn’t about restricting the use of nanomaterials, it’s about ensuring the production of safe products, human and environmental health and innovation in industry As a key enabling technology (KET) central to the future of European
The NANOSOLUTIONS-NanoMILE workshop was held in Stockholm, Sweden, on the 13-14th September 2016, with the objective of discussing the data and methods exchange between NANOSOLUTIONS-NanoMILE. The aim was also to discuss the current status of high throughput and “omics” approaches as alternative methods in nanosafety assessment, with the goal of exchanging ideas, opinions and experiences.
Experts to convene in Malaga to discuss the safety of nanomaterials. Scientists from across Europe will be meeting to discuss the safety of nanomaterials on the 7-9th February 2017 in Malaga, Spain. The event, called “New tools and approaches for nanomaterial safety assessment”, is jointly organised by five major European projects NANOSOLUTIONS, SUN, NanoMILE, GUIDEnano,
Through the NanoSafety Cluster, EU funded projects are harmonising their efforts to improve innovation and environmental health and safety in the manufacture of nanomaterials Engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) are at the cutting edge of science and technology but they are also a fact of everyday life; we use them, wear them, apply them and consume them.
The NANOSOLUTIONS-NanoMILE workshop will be organised in Stockholm, Sweden, 13-14 September 2016. Goal of Meeting The meeting will discuss the data and methods exchange between NANOSOLUTIONS-NanoMILE. The aim is also to discuss current status of high throughput & “omics” approaches as alternative methods in nanosafety assessment, with the goal of exchange ideas, opinions and experiences
Jointly organised by five major FP7 projects — NANOSOLUTIONS, GUIDEnano, SUN, NanoMILE and eNanoMapper — the New Tools and Approaches for Nanomaterial Safety Assessment Conference aims to present the main results achieved in the course of the projects and foster discussion about their impact in the nanosafety field and possibilities for future research programmes. The conference welcomes