Cenide

CENIDE, the Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen, represents the appropriate focus of research at the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE): Since 2005, it links the research and teaching activities that deal with the nano dimension, in natural science, engineering and in medicine. Partnerships with external members with similar research approaches strengthen the skills spectrum: http://www.uni-due.de/cenide/

Cluster Nanotechnologie

Cluster Nanotechnology, to strengthen the interaction between industry and research in Bavaria: http://www.nanoinitiative-bayern.de

German Association of Nanotechnology (DV Nano)

The German Association of Nanotechnology (DV Nano) is the professional association for those working in the field of nanotechnology including professionals from academia, business, media, education, politics and government. As an independent organization, the DV Nano is the central contact point for academic / scientific, technical, professional and socio-political issues. The Association supports in particular the exchange between industry, academia, society, politics and its members: http://www.dv-nano.de/en.html

 

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The NanoDialogue of the German Government. The Nano dialogue is conducted under the Nano Action Plan of the German Federal Government since 2006 in charge of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)..

The 5th phase of dialogue started in the summer 2016.

More information is available here: https://www.bmu.de/en/topics/health-chemical-safety-nanotechnology/nanotechnology/the-nanodialogue/

 

Leibniz Research Alliance Nanosafety

The Leibniz Research Alliance Nanosafety deals with safety and security issues concerning nanomaterials and nanoproducts. The central aims are to UNDERSTAND nanoparticle-induced effects, to DEVELOP safe nanomaterials and to EXPLAIN nano-related questions.

The alliance is an association of six institutes which are devoted to materials science, health and toxicology, pneumology, occupational health and safety, scientific databases and knowledge communication: http://www.leibniz-nanosicherheit.de/en/

nanobionet

cc-NanoBioNet is a network connecting universities, research institutes, hospitals, and companies. The non-profit association was founded to enhance the communication between research, economy, politics and the public.: www.nanobionet.de/

nanodaten.de offers information about existing products, methods and demands: http://www.nanodaten.de

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NanoMat - a supra-regional network for materials and nanotechnology - was founded in 1997 and is located with its managing office at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Comprised of partners from industry and academia, it acts as a virtual enterprise to foster and execute application-oriented R&D projects in the fields of nanotechnology and material research. http://www.nanomat.de/english/index.php

 

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The Institute of Applied Ecology assesses existing technologies and developments relating to new technologies in collaboration with partners from science, politics, industry and civic groups. Close liaison ensures that environmental, economic, legal and social considerations can be integrated into the research process at an early stage and taken into account throughout the product’s life cycle: www.oeko.de/en/

 

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