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Read the latest updates on NSC and project activities with details of not-to-be-missed events and opportunities.
 
 
Call for individuals or teams to participate in the 1st international Nano Olympiad

The EU NanoSafetyCluster is delighted to announce the first in a series of webinars that will introduce its work and the key outcomes from its projects. These webinars, held every 4 months, are open to all interested participants and will start on November 20, at 1500 CET.

The first webinar presents the NanoSafetyCluster, what it does and examples of its work, with future webinars on important project outcomes and their impact on the safe development of nanomaterials to the consumer across all sectors.

If you would like to attend the kick off webinar, please sign up here and we look forward to welcoming you on November 20.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eu-nanosafetycluster-open-webinar-tickets-38332928822

JRC opens up cutting edge nanobiotechnology lab to external researchers
JRC opens up cutting edge nanobiotechnology lab to external researchers

Due to a number of recent submissions of more immediate relevance, a special 'NanoSafety Cluster Bulletin' is out now.  

Commercialisation of Nanomaterials: Processes, Issues and Management” to be held at the Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London on Wednesday 7th June 2017.
 
Download - Closer to the market Roadmap (CTTM)

Research priorities relevant to development of updating of nano-relevant regulations and guidelines. Download it here.

The results from our NSC WG7 Dissemination User Survey - "YOUR NEEDS, OUR PERFORMANCE" - are available.

Download the results here


Thanks to 50 Cluster community members who gave us feedback!

Please send your further comments and input to Claire Mays (WG7 chair)

Download - Closer to the market Roadmap (CTTM)

Hot off the presses! the Cluster's "Closer to the Market" Roadmap (CTTM) is multi-dimensional, stepwise plan targeting a framework to deliver safe nano-enabled products to the market. After some years of discussions, several consultations of a huge number of experts in the nanosafety-field, conferences at which the issue of market implementation of nanotechnologies was talked about, writing hours/days, and finally two public consultation rounds, the CTTM is now finalized. Download it here, and get involved in implementation through the Cluster!

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Please send any comments by email to Andreas Falk (Andreas.Falk[at]bionanonet.at) by Close of Business on Wednesday 30th March 2016.

The NanoSafety Cluster Database working group (WG4) organized in Spring 2014 a survey for the community to summarize the current state of databases. A summary of the responses is now available.

Databases

 The Third Joint Transnational Call 2014 of the ERA-NET SIINN has been opened on the 1st of October 2014. 10 funding agencies from 8 countries including the United States of America participate in this joint call.


10 - 12 November 2014
Copenhagen Island Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark


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As part of the Communication on the Second Regulatory Review on Nanomaterials, the European Commission has announced the launch of an impact assessment to identify and develop the most adequate means to increase transparency and ensure regulatory oversight on nanomaterials.

The NanoDiode project has made available an online survey in 10 different languages that aims to generate in-depth knowledge of public preferences for nanotechnologies in order to enable responsive policy-making.

 
 
Deadline 31/05/2014
 
 
10 - 11th March 2014
Square - Brussels Meeting Centre
 

What is a nanomaterial?

NanoDefine finds out.

 
 
Closing Date: 05-Jan-2014

 

Closing Date: 17-Dec-2013

 

The CAN project has been part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales Programme 2007-13.

 
  • University of Helsinki
  • Communications / Kumpula Science Campus
  • 13 May 2013

 

NHECD free access web based information system is open and can be accessed via  http://nhecd.jrc.ec.europa.eu/

 

When: March 14, 2013

Where: Empa, St.Gallen, Lerchenfeldstrasse 5

Online-Registration: www.empa.ch/invitro

 

The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health issues Policy Briefs for Finnish decision makers on important and timely topics.

The deadline for submission for this call for experts is 15 October 2012.

When: June 8, 2012
Where: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Helsinki, Finland

When: October 16 -19, 2012
Where: Lisbon, Portugal

When: 31 May 2012
Where: Grenoble, France

Please register by 8 May!

Standard Procedures for Nanoparticle Testing

The 2013 NMP Orientation Paper is now online.

When: 25/11/2012 - 30/11/2012
Where: Venice, Italy

Information flyer on the CEN CENELEC Research Helpdesk

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Call opening: 20/03/2012
Deadline: 05/06/0212

When: March 14 2012,  2:45 – 3:45 PM Where: At the next Annual SOT meeting in San Francisco

When: 01/11/2011 - 04/11/2011
Where: Prague, Czech Republic

The fourth ENPRA newsletter is available to download now - click here for access.
Small material, big impact: European Repository of Reference Nanomaterials will improve safety assessment.