ECHA/PR/18/16A specific revision of the REACH information requirements for nanomaterials has now been adopted by the European Commission. The amendments clarify what information companies placing substances in nanoform on the market need to provide in their registration dossiers. The new rules apply as of 1 January 2020. For more information see: https://echa.europa.eu/-/companies-to-provide-more-information-on-nanomaterials The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is an agency of the European Union which manages the technical, that and administrative aspects of the...

BIORIMA-GRACIOUS School 2019
Cutting Edge Approaches for the Risk Assessment and Management of Nano-(bio)materials: From the Lab to the Market The Training School, organised within the EU funded Horizon 2020 projects BIORIMA and GRACIOUS, will take place in the historic centre of Venice, Italy on 25-29 March 2019. The school aims to transfer State-of-the-Art knowledge on a variety of topics from key experts to the new generation of nano-environmental, health and safety, and biomedicine professionals, using interprofessional education in hands-on sessions.  Who should attend?Early stage...

This roadmap has been jointly developed in trustful cooperation among scientists of the European Union, the United States of America and a few other countries. Scientists with different scientific backgrounds, working in the field of nanotechnology, have cooperated with the main objective to provide as broad an overview as possible about the young and rapidly evolving field of “nanoinformatics”. Thus, the main purpose of this roadmap is educational. By no means was the intention to provide all possible details. Instead, interested readers will find plenty of additional references mentioned...

New DaNa Article 2018
Pesticides are intended to protect plants from pests such as insects, microorganisms or vermin such as nematodes. The use of nanomaterials should have several advantages here. For example, the effectiveness of a pesticide against pests may be increased so that only small amounts of the pesticide are needed. So how exactly are nanomaterials used in pesticides? Are there any products already on the market? What advantages nanopesticides may have? Is there a mandatory authorization for nanopesticides? The recently published DaNa-article "Nanomaterials in plant protection products"...

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