1. Stakeholder Workshop of the BMBF-Projektes InnoMat.Life, 15.06.2021 – Register NOW!
On 15 June 2021, the BMBF-project InnoMat.Life is organising its 1st stakeholder workshop titled “Innovative and complex materials: Towards grouping to support hazard and risk assessment”. All stakeholders from policy, science, industry and NGOs who are dealing with regulatory implications of innovative materials in the context of chemical safety are cordially invited to join the workshop. […]Read more
EUON Online Survey „What nanomaterials are currently available in the EU market?“
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), as part of the activities of the European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON), have recently launched a stakeholder survey on the substances available as nanomaterials in the EU market. The survey includes a market study of the nanomaterials, including substances, uses, volumes and key operators in the EU. The goal […]Read more
Stakeholder Befragung zur Überprüfung der Empfehlung zur Definition von Nanomaterialien – Jetzt Teilnehmen!
The European Commission has been performing a review of its Recommendation on the definition of nanomaterial (2011/696/EU). It has now launched a targeted stakeholder consultation to update, test and verify the preliminary findings of this review. Further evidence and feedback will be gathered from a wide range of stakeholders who have a role in application […]Read more
Recordings from EC Stakeholder Workshop on Safe- and Sustainable-by-Design (SSbD) now available
On 19th March 2021, the DG Research & Innovation department of the European Commission hosted virtually the “1st Stakeholders’ workshop on Safe and Sustainable-by-Design criteria”. The workshop set the first steps towards the criteria definition, concept and planning and brought lots of information about the future process to further elaborate on the SSbD concept in […]Read more
New EUON Tender Call out now “Have your say on future studies on nanomaterials”
The European Observatory of Nanomaterials (EUON) has recently published a new tender call for studies on knowledge gaps on nanomaterials that are of interest to the general public and the research community. Up to three studies are conducted annually and interested parties are invited to submit their proposals by 19 April 2021. Are you an […]Read more