meeting the needs of nanotechnology

Gov4Nano has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement 814401.

About the Project

The Gov4Nano project will develop the first implementation of a future-proof operational Nano Risk Governance Model (NRGM) that addresses the needs of the trans­disciplinary field and innovative (and key enabling) character of nano­­tech­nology.

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The objectives

The overarching aim is to develop a proof of concept of an efficient and effective risk governance process for nanotechnologies, dealing with the legacy as well as future tech­nological developments.

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Project work plan

Graphical presentation of the Gov4Nano components showing how they inter-relate.

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33 partners participate in the Gov4Nano project.

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The newly launched stakeholder engagement platform feedback deadline has been extended. We will use your feedback to further refine the GRACIOUS Framework for its official launch in 2021. Help us build a Framework that meets your needs!

New Deadline: August 31st 2020

NANORIGO partner from the Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg (@UniSalzburg) recently published a review that addresses the changing perspectives in immunosafety.

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The Introduction to the #NanoHarmony project webinar is now available online. Watch it now

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What are the objectives of SAbyNA?

The main one is to develop a Guidance Platform for the Development of Safer Nanomaterials and Nano-Enabled Products. But there is more!

#H2020 #nanosafety

I was happy to explain @EP_Environmenthow @EU_ECHA could support a #chemicals strategy making the #EUGreenDeal reality. Keep in mind: high ambition needs resources, also for ECHA.

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