Event | Nanosciences
From 6/5/2023 to 6/9/2023
MINATEC, Grenoble, France
The 8th International Conference on Health and Safety Issues for a socially responsible approach to nanomaterials will be organized in Grenoble, France from June 5th to 9th, 2023.
Besides the two new hot topics (Safe and Sustainable by Design and Micro and nano plastics), the 2023 nanoSAFE & NanoSafety Cluster Work group A (WG-A) brings three exclusive training sessions (included in the conference registration fees).This working group focuses on cross-linking the running projects around nanomaterials, advanced materials, nanomedicine, and microplastics. This year, WG-A offers educational sessions and trainings on specific tools :
Nina Jeliazkova will offer a hands-on session on the design of FAIR data templates for upload to the eNanomapper database. Moreover, Thomas Exner and Martin Himly (Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg) will give practical insight into FAIR Implementation Profiles (also known as FIPs) and the instance mapping tool which helps to depict and design complex experimental workflows and link them to data repositories.
Offered by a team of the NanoHarmony project : Anna Pohl (Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin (BAuA) and Eric Bleeker, RIVM, will give useful insights on the harmonisation and standardisation bodies, advantages of OECD Test Guidelines, the OECD structure and processes, and the Mutual Acceptance of Data.
Claire Mays will offer an interactive workshop on stakeholder perception in SSbD. This is of relevance as per definition SSbD shall incorporate the views and aspirations from diverse stakeholder groups into decision-making for better sustainable industrial innovation in the future. This workshop engages fresh worldwide data from the SAbyNA Responsible Research and Innovation survey. Come debate SSbD through the lens of values, norms, gender, and disciplines, in the lab and on the factory floor !
nanoSAFE website: https://www.nanosafe.org/
Maison MINATEC, Grenoble, France
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