Report from SweNanoSafe National Workshop on Nanosafety Research & Education
In June 2018, the Swedish National Platform for Nanosafety, SweNanoSafe, arranged a workshop on research and education.
The event took place in Stockholm and gathered around fifty participants, mainly from academia but also from research institutes, public health-care, authorities and industry. A national network for nanosafety researchers was also inaugurated at the workshop.
Documentation from the event is now available, please find more details on the various discussions and conclusions in the SweNanoSafe Report 2019:1 (in English, includes abstract in Swedish).
If you are active as a researcher within the field of nanosafety and would like more information about the network:
More information in Swedish about the workshop and the network is available here:
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