Spotlight December 2020: Rethinking Nanosafety – Part II

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In December we would like to draw attention to the special issue: Rethinking Nanosafety – Part II in small.

In the July Spotlight we already presented Part I. This special issue “Rethinking Nanosafety – Part II” also features research papers by renowned scientists in the field of nanosafety research.

The first part of this special issue has been published in May 2020, the second part now in September 2020.

This special issue contains topics such as biotransformation of nanomaterials, nanomaterials as food additives or on the definition of nanomaterials.

 

Original Publication:

via https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/16136829/2020/16/36

Spotlight December 2020: Rethinking Nanosafety – Part II

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