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The Danish Centre for Nanosafety and NANoREG are two separate projects but both focus on increasing our knowledge about safety issues when dealing with manmade nanomaterials . Many of the NRCWE researchers working in the Danish Centre for Nanosafety also work in the NANoREG project and the two projects take advantage of a number of synergies.
The scientific and technical objectives of NANoREG are:
- To provide legislators with a set of tools for risk assessment and decision making instruments for the short to medium term, by gathering data and performing pilot risk assessment, including exposure monitoring and control, for a selected number of nanomaterials used in products;
- To develop for the long term, new testing strategies adapted to a high number of nanomaterials where many factors can affect their environmental and health impact.
- To establish a close collaboration among authorities and industry with regard to the knowledge required for appropriate risk management, and create the basis for common approaches, mutually acceptable datasets and risk management practices.
Read more about the NANoREG project on the NRCWE website
See NANoREG News & Events on the official NANoREG website