NanoSmile, established in 2008, was initially developed in the frame of the European FP6 NanoSafe2 project. It is now driven by the French Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives (CEA) and Joseph Fourier University (UJF) and supported by GIANT and MINATEC.
NanoSmile is designed to prepare and host training activities, and communicate information about the potential risks of nanomaterials to the general public, workers and also safety and health professionals. It is structured along the axes precaution, metrology, health, environment and governance. The focus is on French and European initiatives, research programs and regulations. It is regularly updated by a group of French experts. It is operated in French and English language.
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