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HomePressPress releasesNanoMICEX consortium presents project results in a workshop in Italy
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02 March, 2015

NanoMICEX consortium presents project results in a workshop in Italy

The nanoMICEX consortium will meet in a workshop at Ca' Foscari University in Venice (Italy) the next 11th of March. The aim is to highlight the results achieved in the European project, which will end in March 2015.

The nanoMICEX consortium will meet in a workshop at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice (Italy) the next 11th of March. The aim is to highlight the results achieved in the European project, which will end in March 2015.

The main objective of nanoMICEX project is to reduce the potential risk upon worker’s exposure to engineered nanoparticles through the modification of nanoparticles properties with effective surface modifiers and the characterization of practical and cost effective risk management strategies in the particular operative conditions of the inks and pigments industry.

Over three years, the project have reviewed, developed and validated methods to increase the both the occupational and the environmental health and safety aspects surrounding nanomaterial. This was achieved by making the nanomaterials inherently safer (e.g. through surface modification) and through nano-specific provisions in risk assessment and management procedures.

Additional EU projects are invited to join the workshop discussion, in order to share their views and results, and to explore ways in which the growing knowledge foundation of nanomaterials safety can benefit their work.

This project has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme under the grant agreement nº 280713