SUSNANOFAB Networking Event

Event Dates: 
15 Apr 2021
Event Venue: 
Online event

The SUSNANOFAB probject in which NIA is partner will be holding a  Networking meeting online on 15th April from 10:30 to 13:15 CET.

This virtual event seeks to provide an online arena where industrial and research needs will meet and industry, research infrastructures, organizations and investors can network to seek or promote technologies and services for the uptake of sustainable fabrication in different sectors.

 

NanoTox2021

Event Dates: 
21 Apr 2021 to 22 Apr 2021
Event Venue: 
Online event

NIA will be part of NanoTox2021 as a partner of the H2020 project PATROLS.  The event will take place online over 21-22 April 2021. Join us for the 10th edition of the conference on nanotoxicology.

Nano in Agriculture

Event Dates: 
26 Apr 2021
Event Venue: 
Online event

Nanotechnology has shown potential in introducing new innovations into agriculture from nanofertilizers and nanopesticides, through to the use of sensors for crop monitoring and nanofilters for cleaning agricultural wastewater. Similarly, the use of nanomaterials in foods is also an area that has shown promise, with many research projects focussing on how to make use of nano in food ingredients and also in the production of foodstuffs, such as using nano sensors. This webinar will present a snapshot of some of these topics and show some of the work being undertaken in this field.

EuroNanoForum2021

Event Dates: 
05 May 2021 to 06 May 2021
Event Venue: 
Online event

Join NIA for the 2021 edition of the EuroNanoForum. H2020 projects NanoHarmony and PATROLS, in which NIA is a partner will also be presenting.  This edition will be online and will take place over the 5th and 6th May 2021. Registration is free and open to all.

Learning lessons from the past – and knowing what your customer needs

Event Dates: 
07 Jul 2021
Event Venue: 
Online event

This NanoHarmony (project in which NIA is a partner) workshop will follow the journey of a Guidance Document (GD) or Test Guideline (TG) through the OECD process from the standard project submission form (SPSF), through to its adoption and use. At each stage of the process the ‘audience’ changes and therefore so does the information requirements needed to be able to address their ‘needs’.

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