'Safety-by-design' – Towards safer nanotechnology applications
High-performance engineered nanomaterials hold great promise for a variety of fields including medicine, electronics and energy. To achieve scalable quantities of nanomaterials that are safe to use, new methodologies for nanomaterial synthesis need to be explored, which will investigate the impact of nanomaterials on humans and the environment at the start of the process. One of the main goals of the EU-funded SABYDOMA project is to build high-throughput online platforms where nanomaterials are manufactured and screened at the point of production. Another goal is to extend the impact of safe-by-design nanomaterials to real-world situations. The project will examine four industrial case studies set up by four industrial partners to advance the technology readiness level from 4 to 6.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
1050 143 Lisboa
3086 La Trobe University