Save the date for the NanoMONITOR 1st stakeholders’ day

Save the date 4th April 2017 on your calendar!

Valencia

Workshop purpose

This workshop is a forum for nanotechnology researchers, industry, and regulators to present and discuss the use of measured data on the concentration of engineered nanomaterials to support the risk assessment of nanomaterials and the implementation of safe exposure scenarios, guaranteeing a high level of protection of the human health and the environment.

Workshop topics

  • Workplace and environmental exposure to ENMs
  • Data acquisition and data sharing technologies
  • Air Quality monitoring
  • Impact of nanotechnologies on human health and the environment
  • Risk Governance of nanotechnologies

Deadlines

Registration Deadline: 31 March 2017

Due to the capacity limitations of the venue, the maximum number of attendees to be accepted is limited to 70. Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Take a survey on Risk management measures and conditions of operations for handling engineered nanomaterials

NanoMonitor Project aims to develop a real-time information and monitoring system to support the risk assessment of nanomaterials under REACH.

This short survey will support us to identify relevant engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) related to criteria such as exposure routes, release factors and the forms in which ENMs are placed on the market.

Thank you in advance for your contribution!

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A successful kick off meeting of newly launched LIFE project NanoMONITOR

The newly started European Commission LIFE project NanoMONITOR addresses the challenges of supporting the risk assessment of nanomaterials under REACH by development of a real-time Kick Off Meeting NanoMONITORinformation and monitoring system. At the project’s kickoff meeting held on the 19th January 2016 in Valencia (Spain) participants discussed how this goal could be achieved.

Despite the growing number of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs) already available on the market and in contract to their benefits the use, production, and disposal of ENMs raises concerns about their environmental impact.

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