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The Swedish National Platform for Nanosafety

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Mini-symposium on Nanosafety & Nanomedicine

Professor Bengt Fadeel, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, and Chair SweNanoSafe's Expert Panel, organises a mini-symposium on nanosafety and nanomedicine in collaboration with the Swedish National Platform for Nanosafety. Keynote speakers are Dr. Phil…
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SweNanoSafe on Twitter @Swenanosafe Mar 20

RT @EU_OSHA: Workers’ reproductive health may be in danger when exposed to solvents, metals, pesticides and other chemicals. Read the #OSHw…

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Calendar

Mar

25

1st Interprofessional Education Nano Training School

Cutting Edge Approaches for the Risk Assessment and Management of Nano-(bio)materials: From the Lab to the Market The Nano Training School aims to transfer State-of-the-Art knowledge on a variety of topics from key experts to…

Apr

01

EFSA: Stakeholder workshop on nanoscience and nanotechnology

EFSA, the European Food Safety Authority, invites applicants to share their experiences of implementing the Guidance on risk assessment of nanoscience and nanotechnologies applications in the food and feed chain that was published in july 2018.…

Apr

23

Frontiers of silica research 2019

Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) together with Chalmers University of Technology arranges the conference Frontiers of Silica Research in Gothenburg, Sweden. There will be keynote presentations from invited speakers. Additional oral presentations and posters are…

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Read a summary of the SweNanoSafe Focus Meeting in October 2017 ”Nanomaterials in the Work Environment”

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Read the report from the SweNanoSafe Nanosafety Conference ”From Research to Regulation”

In March 2017, the Swedish National Platform for Nanosafety, SweNanoSafe, arranged its first conference. The event was organised in collaboration with the Swedish partners of the EU-funded project NANoREG, the Swedish Mistra Environmental Nanosafety Programme and the Swedish Chemicals Agency. Read the conference report SweNanoSafe Report 2017:1.