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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Partners

34 partners participate in the Gov4Nano project.

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#joint #NMBP-13 #meeting 👇

Many thanks to Mar Gonzalez from @OECD talking about #nano #Governance: from #European to #Global & introducing latest activities on the Safe(r) Innovation Approach👍

Together we continue closing the gap between scientific and regulatory research 🙌

Last day of extensive #meetings and #discussions! Today we focussed on #nano #Governance in a #European #landscape with presentations from the #coordinators of the NMBP-14 #nanoinformatics #projects @nanoinformatix & @NanoSolveIT 👌

#Gov4Nano #NANORIGO #RiskGONE #jointmeeting

We currently run the joint #online #meeting between @Gov4Nano, @EU_NANORIGO and #RiskGONE with 96 participants🙌!

@robaitken presented the #progress of the Council Core Group and what’s planned ahead.

Great collaborative process 👍!

#TogetherWeCan #jointmeeting #H2020

Interactive session moderated by @bionanonet & @nanotechia took place this morning during @Gov4Nano 5th Consortium Meeting💡💬👌!

All @Gov4Nano #partners were asked to put themselves in the shoes of different #stakeholder groups and answer questions on a virtual white board!

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