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    Carbon black in tires, quantum dots in LEDs or titanium nitride in PET bottles ...
    Our knowledge base provides information on products and applications of nanomaterials, illuminates health and environmental aspects.

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    News and information around the topic of nanotechnology.

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    Research regarding the impacts of nanoparticles on people and the environment is needed. The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research funds projects to fill knowledge gaps and to initiate measures to identify and minimize risk.

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    Basic information about nanomaterials for humans and the environment.

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What exactly are nanoparticles? What is meant by “exposure”? When do toxicologists speak of a risk? This and many more questions regarding research on safety aspects of nanomaterials are answered here: www.nanoobjects.info

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Supplementary Survey of Products on the Danish Market Containing Nanomaterials (June 2014)

Simultaneously with the entry into force of the Danish nano-product register on 18th June 2014, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published a supplementary report on products containing nanomaterials. The Supplementary Survey maps the prevalence of products possibly containing nanomaterials on the Danish market that are not covered by the nano-register. Among the product groups are: food; feed; food contact materials; cosmetics; pesticides; medical devices and water treatment systems.

The survey is based on existing literature and interviews with key actors in the relevant industries (manufacturers and nano-processing companies). It remained unclear whether materials should be considered as nanomaterials (according to definition by the EU) due to uncertainties regarding their size distribution. This holds true especially for food and feed as well as calcium carbonate and silicates, respectively. Medical devices appear to contain to largest number of different nanomaterials.

 

 

The full report (in English) can be downloaded as PDF-document via the following link:

Tønning K, Sørensen G., Holst Fischer C.,Vejen Kristensen H. (2014). Supplementary Survey of Products on the Danish Market Containing Nanomaterials. The Danish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ISBN: 978-87-93178-66-3. (PDF, 1.2 MB)

 

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Information on the sponsorship programmes of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research on nanotechnologies for humans and the environment.

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Knowledge Base

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A database with important and generally understandable aspects on health and environment of applied nanomaterials as well as facts on the safety of manufactured nanomaterials.

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Nano Basics

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The chapters on release, exposure, uptake and behavior of nanomaterials in the human body and in the environment as well as the risk assessment will give you a first overview.

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