The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) held a webinar to explain support documentation available for registrants that cover nanoforms in their Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction ... Read More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) published “WHO Guidelines on Protecting Workers from Potential Risks of Manufactured Nanomaterials”.
WHO developed the Read More
Academics at the University of Sydney are calling for the establishment of a national standards body to monitor the safety of nanomaterials commonly found in food, house paint, supplements and cosm... Read More
The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) has published standard ISO/TS 20787:2017 “Nanotechnologies – Aquatic toxicity assessment of manufactured nanomaterials in saltwater lakes us... Read More
In November 2017, the French National Research and Safety Institute for the Prevention of Occupational Accidents and Diseases (INRS) published a report summarising studies and research completed in... Read More
The Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI) announced that it has amended the information requirements for the products register to require notifiers to provide information on nanomaterials contained in ch... Read More
Germany’s Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) published a report entitled “Clarification of methodical questions regarding the investigation of nanomaterials in the environment: Development of a dec... Read More
The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) published a supplement to the President’s 2018 budget request.
The supplement also serves as NNI’s annual report and summarises the progress made... Read More
Germany’s Federal Environment Agency (UBA) published a November 2017 report entitled ‘Considerations about the relationship of nanomaterial’s physical-chemical properties and aquatic toxicity for t... Read More
The European Commission (EC) Directorate-General for Research and Innovation have published a report entitled “An ecosystem to accelerate the uptake of innovation in materials technology: Report by... Read More