Building on the success of the 2015 symposium held at Legend Safari Lodge, Limpopo Province, South Africa, this conference will also bring together a multidisciplinary cross section of delegates from different scientific areas specializing in all aspects of nanosafety.
16th World Nano Conference is to be held at Milan, Italy. for the duration of June 5-6, 2017 organized by means of Conferenceseries LLC. It will deliver together world elegance professors, scientists and doctors to discuss about the cutting-edge developments are taking region in the area of Nanotechnology.
As part of its Funding Tracker service for members, NIA will host its second 2017 meeting. The webinar will highlight R&D funding opportunities for the development of nanomaterials into multiple sectors, with the focus of this meeting on SME funding programmes, such as the SME Instrument, Eurostars and other mechanisms.
A joint one-day meeting between RSC Toxicology group and the UK NanoSafety Group. This meeting is looking to provide information and examples of best practice in the successful and safe commercialisation of nanomaterial based products. Those who should attend include: safety professionals, compliance managers, plant managers, general managers and those working with nanomaterials in industry or have an interest in the safe production of nanomaterial based products and services. It is also looking to attract academics who may be seeking to “go commercial” with a nano based product.
Nanotechnology is one of six Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) in the current European industrial policy. An extensive European mandate M461 for developing standards on nanotechnology-related topics is under way.
Second edition of Business-to-Science Science-to-Business conference InterNanoPoland is an international forum for scientists, entrepreneurs, business support organizations and students working in a nanotechnology and advance materials sector.
NIA is proud to be the co-organiser of the workshop "Delivering Safe nanotechnology to Market", taking place on day 3 of EuroNanoForum. The workshop is open to all attendees of EuroNanoForum and focuses on development of nanomaterial products.
If you are attending EuroNanoForum, join us on June 23 - you can register for the workshop online and we look forward to seeing you.
Following the success of the February 2017 NIA open webinar on regulatory priorities, NIA is pleased to host a second open webinar on priorities for researchers and industry in the development of nanomaterials.
The webinar is open to all and will discuss how nanomaterial priorities are evolving in 2017 and how organisations can plan and manage long term sustainability.