Yvonne Kohl, from SABDOMA’s project partner Fraunhofer IBMT, has been interviewed about the project. As a result, there is a very nice interview (in German only), where she explains the project’s concept and objectives, and highlights the importance of the project outcomes and the impacts, not just for the research community but for the whole society. About
This year, the OpenTox 2020 Conference took place online (21st– 25th September). The purpose of the OpenTox Association is to promote the community-based exchange and use of open knowledge, methods, tools, data, reference resources, and standards including open software, ontology and application programming interfaces in the scientific activities of predictive toxicology, safety assessment and risk management, including
In the September 2020 edition of the EUON Nanopinion, Andrew Nelson, SABYDOMA’s coordinator from University of Leeds, was invited to explain the importance and reasons of checking the toxicity of chemicals, pharmaceuticals and nanomaterials ensuring that they are safe enough for being used in humans, animals and plants and to avoid health and/or environmental disasters. Click HERE
Fraunhofer IBMT, project partner of SABYDOMA, has published one press release highlighting the main objectives of the project and the role of IBMT.
SABYDOMA is one of the new projects that are part of the NanoSafety Cluster, the EC initiative that has achieved an open platform for the coordination of nanosafety research in Europe. The official inclusion of the project in the cluster was announced in the NSC newsletter of august 2020.
The SABYDOMA deliverable “D7.1 – Website: SABYDOMA’s web portal, to be constantly maintained and updated” is now available to view online. The report is available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0). This deliverable is part of the work package 7 (WP7) - Dissemination and Exploitation. The project partner BNN was responsible for developing