October 8, 2020
The Life NanoExplore project is working to develop and demonstrate the feasibility of an integrated approach to conduct biomonitoring studies, characterise exposure levels and elucidate possible health effects deriving from exposure to engineered nanomaterials (ENM).
NanoExplore promotes a harmonized approach to overcome current data gaps and barriers limiting the implementation of the REACH regulation and the use of human bio-monitoring data in the protection of human health and the environment when dealing with particles in the nanometer range (1-100 nm) by combining long series of robust data on the concentration of ENMs measured by a wireless sensor network (WSN) of monitoring devices, appropriate biomarkers, and a tailored designed data management application. This approach addresses current environmental, health, and safety questions about ENMs, providing stakeholders from government, industry, NGOs, or the general public, with reliable data on the concentration and effects of particles in the nanometer range (1-100 nm).
The NanoExplore project partners will use this webinar to discuss aims and achievements of the project, and how they affect you and your industry.
During this webinar we will discuss the NanoExplore webtool covering the following points:
- Design of the NanoExplore web based platform
- Main components and functionalities
Follow on from this topic we will discuss the wireless sensor prototype covering the following points:
- Its main components and function: what and how is measured
- The program of control: how it is operated
- Remote control of the sensor
More information and registration can be found here.