Organized every two years in Grenoble since 2008, nanoSAFE conference is intended for sharing latest research results on health and safety issues related to nanomaterials and beyond for a socially responsible approach.
The 1st Biorima Training School Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Nano-Biomaterials in Medical Applications will take place in the historic center of Venice, Italy on 16 – 20 April 2018.
The 2nd Open meeting on Standardisation for Nanotechnologies & Nanomaterials will take place on June 20, 2017 before the EuroNanoForum.
The EuroNanoForum biannual conference, now in its 8th edition, has grown since 2003 into the most significant European forum in its field for scientists, industrialists and policy makers. This edition will be organized in Malta on June 21-23, 2017.
The 8th International Symposium on Nanotechnology, Occupational and Environmental Health’ will take place from 29 May to 1 June 2017 in Elsinore, Denmark
A number of H2020 funded projects are working on various aspects of the Safe-by-Design (SbD) concept and all rely upon industry to understand its meaning and how to use the tools being developed in these projects. Disseminating this knowledge to a wider audience will help in the acceptance and uptake of SbD by companies and will also allow the projects to learn more about stakeholder needs.
The final conference of the COST Action ES1205: Transfer of engineered nanomaterials from wastewater treatment & stormwater to rivers, will take place on 7-8 February 2017, in Aveiro, Portugal.
The meeting delivers a platform to present the available knowledge in the field. It is going to make visible issues under discussion and those to be addressed in the future. The topics mirrorthe activities by the Action in its four years run time. Contributions from the network as well as from outside the network are welcome.
The NanoImpact Conference will take place on Monte Verità in Southern Switzerland, March 12-17, 2017.
The last 10 years saw an enormous growth in nanosafety funding and published research. Answers are now demanded whether these new materials represent a novel threat to humans and the environment and whether nanomaterials need to be assessed differently and more stringent than conventional materials. The overall goal of the planned conference will be to integrate the scientific knowledge available about nanomaterial exposure, fate, effects and risks in the environment.
The Global Conference on Nanotechnology and Materials Science will be organized in Las Vegas, USA, from April 24-26, 2017 around the theme "Recent advancements in nanotechnology and materials science for global requirements."
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