SABYDOMA got featured in the latest BNN newsletter (page 23), in September 2021.
We are proud to present our fresh SABYDOMA project video!
Nanomaterials have the potential to be harmful to humans and other forms
Be Curious is the Leeds University’s annual research open event, which aims to showcase how research at the University of Leeds
The SABYDOMA project was included in the new NSC newsletter from July 2021. You can find the article about the project
SABYDOMA got featured in the latest BNN newsletter (pages 40 & 81-83), in July 2021.
Within the framework of the EC Green Week 2021, Dr Alexandros Zoikis Karathanasis, from Cnano, participated, on June 1st, in the
This 2021 edition of the EuroNanoForum addressed Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials as the key elements to guarantee the functioning, long term
Thorsten Knoll, from Fraunhofer IBMT, explains how the SABYDOMA project develops an Inline Toxicity Screening of Nanomaterials in order to align
Ignasi Gispert Pi, from APPNPS, talks about SABYDOMA’s aim of developing a Regulatory Sandbox for Nanomaterials underpinned by Safe- & Sustainability-by-Design
Anthony Bochon, from G&S, talks in this video about the key finding of the 1st legal workshop on SbD organised by
William Stokes, from UNIVLEEDS, explains in this video the coupling of a nano-material production line to a bio-membrane screening platform to
Video presentation of the EU H2020 project SABYDOMA. The video was presented during the Part 1 “Delivery from science” of the
The publication from the EU NanoSafety Cluster supporting the SbD-study of the European Commission study on the state-of-the-art and ongoing research
SABYDOMA’s 1st Legal Workshop on Safe-by-Design got featured in the last BNN newsletter (pages 77-78), in March 2021.
On 19th March 2021, the DG Research & Innovation department of the European Commission hosted virtually the “1st Stakeholders’ workshop on
Founded in 1961, the Society of Toxicology (SOT) is a professional and scholarly organization of scientists from academic institutions, government, and
The SABYDOMA project was included in the new NSC newsletter from March 2021. The article is about SABYDOMA’s 1st Legal Workshop
The first digital nanoSAFE conference took place this year from 16th to 23rd November 2020.
The conference was surrounded by 2 satellite
Read and download the new SABYDOMA Flyer
Yvonne Kohl, from SABDOMA’s project partner Fraunhofer IBMT, has been interviewed about the project. As a result, there is a very
This year, the OpenTox 2020 Conference took place online (21st– 25th September).
The purpose of the OpenTox Association is to promote the
In the September 2020 edition of the EUON Nanopinion, Andrew Nelson, SABYDOMA’s coordinator from University of Leeds, was invited to explain
Fraunhofer IBMT, project partner of SABYDOMA, has published one press release highlighting the main objectives of the project and the role
SABYDOMA is one of the new projects that are part of the NanoSafety Cluster, the EC initiative that has achieved an
The SABYDOMA deliverable “D7.1 – Website: SABYDOMA’s web portal, to be constantly maintained and updated” is now available to view online.
In the last BNN newsletter (pages 23-24), in June 2020, the project SABYDOMA was presented, giving an overview about the main
SABYDOMA is live at Twitter & LinkedIn since June 2020.
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Andrew Nelson, project coordinator, was invited by the European Union Observatory of Nanomaterials (EUON) to write an article for their “Nanopinion”