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On 19 March 2018, DECHEMA will hold a workshop on "Scale-up and GMP Production - Requirements, Challenges and Practical Implementation" in the DECHEMA-Haus in Frankfurt. Experts from Germany and the EU will talk about best practice examples and the gaps which still need to be addressed to bring nanomedicine from bench to bedside.Where: DECHEMA, Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25, 60486 FrankfurtWhen: 19 March 2018, 10:30am – 16:15pmFee: Free of chargeInformation & Registration: http://dp-nbm.de/index.php?id=48 (Deadline 28 Feb 2018) Take the opportunity to meet professionals in scale-up...

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From 03.-04. May 2018, the Final Conference of the BMBF-funded project nanoGRAVUR will take place in the premises of the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA). Following the international final conference, on the second day the applicability and implementation of the "nanoGRAVUR" concepts will be presented in a workshop and discussed together with the stakeholders. One prerequisite to facilitate the development of new and innovative applications based on nanotechnology is to ensure their safety along the entire life chain. Considering the continuous increasing...

ECHA
On Nov 30th 2017, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) held a webinar titled “Updated REACH Guidance for nanomaterials - what you need to know” to explain support documentation available for registrants that cover nanoforms in their Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) register dossier.  The main focus of the webinar was on the registration and read-across of nanoforms, but the webinar also covered updates for information requirements for human health and the environment. ECHA has posted the following presentations from the...

WHO document Dec 2017
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recently published an international guideline to protect workers against potential occupational health risks from manufactured nanomaterials. The guideline, which is addressed to governments and experts in the more than 180 member states of the WHO, contains recommendations for the assessment of risks and suitable occupational safety measures when handling manufactured nanomaterials. Expert guidance from the Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) was included in the guideline. With the publication of the guideline"WHO...

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