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Beyond state of the art, through Safe and Sustainable Development approaches for materials development @ NanoInnovation 2022
The safety and sustainability of chemicals and materials and their applications is a cornerstone of current EU policy and industrial strategies. Policy makers and industrial actors are working to identify frameworks and criteria for the practical implementation of the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS), and these will increasingly become premium aspects to access funding and contracts. Nanomaterials provide an exemplar of initial implementation of Safe by-design (SbD) & Safe and Sustainable by-design (SSbD) practices. The symposium will reflect on the recent policy discussion at EU at national level and will provide examples and case studies from research and production processes and will illustrate findings of Gov4Nano, Sbd4Nano and other EU projects on the matter.
The symposium is open to both innovators and risk managers in research organizations, companies, institutions, and other organizations active and interested in the safety and sustainability of advanced materials, nanomaterial and related products.
Session 1 (14.00-15.30):
Practical implementation of Safe and Sustainable by Design approaches in applied and industrial research
Chairs: Andrea Porcari, Airi & Gov4Nano and Elisabetta Toschi, Art-er and Sbd4Nano
• Industrial Safe by Design case studies from the EU Sunshine project – Miguel Banares, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
• Silica nanoparticles for diagnostic applications – Chiara Barattini, Aczon IT
• Safety, LCA and certification practices toward green chemicals and bio-based products - Francesca Braca, Archa SrL
• Title in definition – Maria Dolores, ApplyNano (ES)
• Title in definition – Daniele Magni, Lati (IT)
Session 2 (16.00-17.30):
Strategies, frameworks and criteria for Safe and Sustainable Development
Chair: Isabella De Angelis, Istituto Superiore di Sanità
• Advancements in risk governance toward a safe and sustainable use of nanomaterials – Andrea Porcari, Airi & Gov4Nano and Cecilia Bossa, ISS & Gov4Nano
• Safe Innovation Approach: A system approach for Safe and Sustainable (Nano) Innovations – Lya Hernandez, RIVM – National Institute for the Public Health and the Environment (NL) and OECD
• A multi-stakeholder governance to drive a green and digital transition: the Materials 2030 Roadmap – Marco Falzetti, Agency for the Promotion of European Research & Eumat- A4M
• Discussion: Informing SbD and SSbD implementation at national level