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2013 Annual report
OMNT has published the 2013 edition of its annual report. This document (270 pages) summarizes the main breakthroughs and advances in micro and nanotechnologies occured during 2012. These informations have been carefully selected by our 330 experts, providing a unique litterature review.
The 2013 Annual report (written in french) is on sale online[Reduce]
The latest Nanosafety Newsletter is now available
Fifth ENPRA newsletter
The fifth newsletter of the FP7 project "Risk Assessment of Engineered NanoParticles" (ENPRA) is now online. This issue provides a summary of the latest ENPRA activities & events, a focus article on the recent findings from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel on genotoxicity of nanoparticles, and a selection of upcoming 'nanosafety' events. Click here to download the newsletter.[Reduce]
Release of the proceedings of the workshop "Transparent electrode: what else after ITO"
The periodic report of the European Observatory on Organic Electronic is available.
Following meetings of the group of european experts in the frame of the european project Flexnet, strategic watch reports containing information discussed are proposed every 6 months.
Hence, at the end of June 2011, the report has been published and sent out to subscribers. The articles have also been added to our data base "Biblio-OMNT" (to which subscribers and researchers from CEA and CNRS can access on demand).
New report of the European Observatory on NanoSafety
The document offers a review of selected articles from the recent NanoEHS literature. This experts’ analysis has been performed by partners of the ENPRA consortium together with French experts from the Observatoire des Micro & Nanotechnologies (OMNT) at the 4th ENPRA/EONS expert panel meeting held in Brussels on March 31, 2011.
As part of the dissemination strategy of the ENPRA project, EONS reports contribute to inform stakeholders of the latest nanoEHS research advances thanks to the expert survey of the domain. Click here to learn more and download excerpts of the 4th EONS report. Excerpts from previous reports are also available on the ENPRA website. Full documents are accessible via Biblio-OMNT.[Reduce]
Third ENPRA Newsletter now available
The third Newsletter of the European consortium ENPRA (Risk Assessment of Engineered Nanoparticles) in now available. This issue presents a summary of research progress and project activities within year 2 as well as an interview of partners from the National Research Centre for the Working Environment (DK) and the University of Venice (IT) which describes the ENPRA approach on nanoparticle characterization.
Follow this link to download the Newsletter.
As ENPRA partner, the OMNT is involved in the dissemination of the project and the organization of the EONS meetings (European Observatory on NanoSafety)