In this webinar, Dr. Athena Progiou from ALCON Engineers and Dr. Aikaterini-Maria Zarogianni from NECCA The Natural Environment and Climate Change Agency in Greece spoke about the structure of the NanoExplore, main outcomes and estimated impacts as well as the lessons learned throughout the project. As NanoExplore approaches the end, our presenters provided valuable insights into exposure and health effects of engineered nanomaterials in workplaces and urban areas from a larger perspective that would contribute to the contemporary questions surrounding these issues. This webinar was held on 25 October 2022, 12:00 - 13:00 (CEST).Watch now
This workshop provided an in-depth overview of the current procedures, standards and regulatory activities related with the monitoring and control of the workplace #exposure when dealing with engineered nanomaterials (ENMs). A complete analysis of the NanoExploreR device and main lessons learned from the exposure campaigns conducted under the project, practical examples and detailed information on the levels of exposure found for a range of scenarios were also discussed. The web-based platform developed by #NanoExplore was introduced to the audience. The workshop took place online on 29 June 2022 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (CEST).Click here to access the full recording
In this workshop, the EU-funded NanoExplore Project hosted Irina Guseva-Canu from Unisanté (IST) and Enrico Bergamaschi from the University of Torino (IT), who provided the nanotechnology audience with a deeper insightinto bio-monitoring protocols in environments where exposure to nanomaterials was inevitable.Watch the full workshop here
NanoExplore focuses on the possible effects derived from exposure to ENMs, a new type of chemicals of concern.Read presentation here
Nanotechnology is a fast growing and promising technology due to its potential to develop new add-values products. Their increased production, handling and availability on the market brings innovative applications, but can also lead to personal exposure with the potential for unforeseen biological effects. In particular, workers in companies manufacturing and handling nanomaterials are likely to have regular exposures to engineered nanomaterials and incidental ultrafine dusts. Watch our webinar to find out more...Watch now
NanoExplore Webinar: Novelties that NanoExplore brings...
Read about the results of NanoExplore in an interview with Aikaterini-Maria Zarogianni from NECCA, Greece....