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May 23, 2012

Nanotechonolgy: regulatory policy and research workshop

When: 11th of June 2012
Where: The Natural History Museum, London

Category: Workshops
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Nanotechonolgy: regulatory policy and research workshop


On the 11th of June 2012, Professor Ragnar Lofstedt (Risk Management at the Department of Geography, King’s College, London) will be holding a workshop discussion on “Nanotechnology: regulatory policy and research” at The Natural History Museum, London. 

Professor Lofstedt is currently partaking in the NanoReTox project funded by the European Commission (FP7), lead coordinator The Natural History Museum (Prof. Éva Valsami-Jones).

The workshop will bring together participants in a range of policy makers and researchers to discuss regulatory policy trends, NGO concerns and research directions.  The workshop has been organised to encourage policy makers and researchers to convey their concerns have an informal discussion based on open scientific discussion.

Space availability will be on a first come first served basis.  Please reserve your space by close of play Friday 25th May 2012; space availability will be confirmed Tuesday 29th May 2012.

To reserve your space please email

There is no registration fee. Transport and accommodation costs must be covered by the participants.

We will send you the agenda closer to the workshop date.

Workshop details:

Venue:           The Natural History Museum

                        Cromwell Road


                        SW7 5BD     

Date:  11th June 2012


Time: 10am to 5pm (followed by wine and cheese reception)

Scientific contacts:

Prof. Eugenia (Éva) Valsami-Jones –

Prof. Ragnar Lofstedt

Admin contact:

Ms Evelyn Jones