This 2021 edition of the EuroNanoForum addressed Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials as the key elements to guarantee the functioning, long term durability, safety, and environmental compatibility of many devices, machinery, and services, highlighting the fundamental role of advanced materials for the transition to greener technologies, and a more sustainable future, making a significant contribution to the
Thorsten Knoll, from Fraunhofer IBMT, explains how the SABYDOMA project develops an Inline Toxicity Screening of Nanomaterials in order to align the toxicity test procedures with the production process of nanomaterials for enabling safer manufacturing of nanomaterials.
Ignasi Gispert Pi, from APPNPS, talks about SABYDOMA’s aim of developing a Regulatory Sandbox for Nanomaterials underpinned by Safe- & Sustainability-by-Design (SSbD) methodologies and strategies taking advantage of Computational Models based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). This will offer the possibility to explore and test a regulatory framework capable of delivering effective and efficient oversight of nanomaterials
Anthony Bochon, from G&S, talks in this video about the key finding of the 1st legal workshop on SbD organised by SABYDOMA on January 2021, where together with international lawyers and scientists, SABYDOMA explored potential definitions of SbD approaches form the legal perspective.
William Stokes, from UNIVLEEDS, explains in this video the coupling of a nano-material production line to a bio-membrane screening platform to demonstrate in-line screening. The video shows how the bio-membrane sensor is being developed, how it will perform and how it is integrated into the screening platform. Furthermore, it is also shown how the coupling to
Video presentation of the EU H2020 project SABYDOMA. The video was presented during the Part 1 “Delivery from science” of the NanoSafety Cluster event “The delivery/usability of S(S)bD for science, regulators and the industry”, as a satellite event of the EuroNanoForum 2021.