Nanosafety

26 Sep 2017
Written by Ida Brattström In

SEMINAR: Towards green and safe nanotechnologies - A stronger and tougher nanocellulose as a replacement for nanotubes and metals

Exposure Assessment Branch, The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NIOSH-CDC), Morgantown, WV AND Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, School of Medicine, and Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences School of Pharmacy, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.

Host: Prof. Bengt Fadeel, IMM

02 Jun 2017
Written by Ida Brattström In

Docent lecture: "Can carbon nanomaterials substitute scarce metals?"

Welcome to Rickard Arvidsson's joint docent lecture with Mathias Janssen.

Arvidsson, Assistant Professor at the department of Energy and Environment at Chalmers University of Technology, is one of the researchers in The Mistra Environmental Nanosafety program. On June 2, Arvidsson will lecture on "Can carbon nanomaterials substitute scarce metals?"

06 Apr 2017 Written by Ida Brattström In

MISTRA Environmental Nanosafety presents the annual report for 2015-2016

It is with great pleasure that we present the Annual Report for 2015-2016. The research program is designed around specific Case studies, chosen due to their relevance to Swedish industry. In this yearly report, we highlight Case Study 1: Emission of nanoparticles from automobile application to road runoff water. This report also provides an overview of the MISTRA Environmental Nanosafety program and highlights activities and results obtained during 2015 and 2016.  

17 Jan 2017 Written by Anonymous (not verified) In

Late abstracts for poster presentations are still welcome to NanoImpact Conference 12-17 March

It is still possible to submit late abstracts for poster presentations to NanoImpact Conference 12-17 March in Switzerland.

The last 10 years saw an enormous growth in nanosafety funding and published research. Many of these results have gained high media attention and consequently, regulators, industry and the public demand answers whether these new materials represent a potential novel threat to humans and the environment and whether nanomaterials need to be assessed differently and more stringent than conventional materials.

12 Mar 2017
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NanoImpact conference

The last 10 years saw an enormous growth in nanosafety funding and published research. Many of these results have gained high media attention and consequently, regulators, industry and the public demand answers whether these new materials represent a potential novel threat to humans and the environment and whether nanomaterials need to be assessed differently and more stringent than conventional materials.

28 Mar 2017
Written by Ida Brattström In

Swedish Nanosafety Conference

SweNanoSafe are organising a conference in collaboration with Swedish NANoREG and the Swedish Chemicals Agency .  

The conference aims at presenting the latest news within the nanosafety field.The Swedish NANoREG project will present its conclusions, followed by topics regarding environmental nanosafety, regulatory development and a panel discussion.

Join and learn about the latest news and take the chance to network with other actors in the field.

Invitations and agenda will be sent closer to the conference date, please save the date until then.

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Phone 
+46 31-772 10 00

Email
info@mistraenvironmentalnanosafety.org

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