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Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment

Here you will find the full listing of all public NanoFASE documents, ranging from peer-reviewed publications to scientific deliverables and presentations to popular science ornewsletter articles. Sort them on the tabs below or consult the different types of documentusing the main LIBRARY menu.

A framework for forward modelling of engineered nanomaterials in terrestrial systems

Authors: Cornelis G, Perez-Holmberg J
Status: Presentation
Year: 2015

A kinetic environmental fate model for the risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials

Authors: Perez Holmberg J
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

A multimedia model for nanoparticle fate and biotic update in the environment

Authors: Lofts S
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

A step-by-step guidance for an effective integration of standardization in nanosafety R&D projects – form the proposal to the deliverables and beyond

Authors: Hazebrouck B, et al.
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

Bioaccumulation of silver in Daphnia magna: Waterborne and dietary exposure to nanoparticles and dissolved silver

Authors: Ribeiro FA, Pavlaki MD, Azevedo S, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Journal: Science of The Total Environment
Volume/Issue: 574 (1)
Pages: 1633–1639

Current challenges in spICP-MS analysis of engineered nanoparticles in environmental samples

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

Discovering protocols for nanoparticles: the soils case NanoFASE WP7 & NanoSafety Cluster WG3 Exposure

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Journal: NSC Newsletter
Volume/Issue: 7 Spring
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 4

Dissolution and retention of nanoparticles in soils

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

Drift correction of the dissolved signal in single particle ICPMS

Authors: Cornelis G, Rauch S
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Volume/Issue: 408 (19)
Publisher/Place: Springer
Pages: 5075–5087

Effect of surface and salt properties on the ion distribution around spherical nanoparticles: Monte Carlo simulations

Authors: Clavier A, Carnal F, Stoll S
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Volume/Issue: 120 (32)
Publisher/Place: American Chemical Society
Pages: 7988–7997

European country-specific probabilistic assessment of nanomaterial flows towards landfilling, incineration and recycling

Authors: Adam V, Nowack B
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Volume/Issue: 4
Publisher/Place: Royal Society of Chemistry
Pages: 1961-1973
Proceedings title: Environmental Science: Nano

Fate and hazard data from NanoFASE and NanoMILE to be integrated on the same knowledge platform

Authors: Lynch I, Hazebrouck B
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Volume/Issue: 7 Spring
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 8

Flows of engineered nanomaterials through waste treatment and recycling

Authors: Adam V
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

Flows of engineered nanomaterials to waste treatment

Authors: Adam V, Sultan F, Nowack B
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Focus on NanoFASE Project (Accidents Will Happen; Work packages 1, 3, 5, 6)

Authors: Crossley A, Gogos A, Nickel C, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Volume/Issue: 10 Autumn
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 2-3, 8, 14

From nanosafety research to operational tools for the nanotechnology industry: the EU projects NanoMILE, NanoFASE, NanoReg2, NanoSolutions, Sun, CaLIBRAte

Authors: Hazebrouck B, et al.
Status: Presentation
Year: 2016

ICEENN 2017 - NanoFASE keynote speakers confirmed

Authors: Lynch I
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Volume/Issue: 9 Spring
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 39

Influence of bacterial extracellular polymeric substances on the sorption of Zn on γ-alumina: A combination of FTIR and EXAFS studies

Authors: Cheng-Cheng Li, Yu-Jun Wanga, Huan Du,et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Volume/Issue: 220
Publisher/Place: Elsevier
Pages: 997-1004
Proceedings title: Environmental Pollution

Introducing NanoFASE

Authors: Svendsen C, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2015
Volume/Issue: Autumn
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 25-26

Introduction to NanoFASE

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Presentation
Year: 2015

Inventory of estimates of ENMs and nano-enabled products value chain

Authors: Kuenen J, Adam V, Pomar V, Gottschalk F
Status: Short
Year: 2017
Deliverable number: D4.1

Life-cycle transformations of NMs

Authors: Lofts S
Status: Presentation
Year: 2017

Modelling nanoparticle fate and transport at large spatial scales

Authors: Williams R, et al.
Status: Summary
Year: 2017

NanoFASE hosts networking for young NanoScientists

Authors: Baccaro M
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Volume/Issue: 7 Spring
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 32

Nanomaterial tracking to limit impacts on the environment

Authors: Svendsen C (interview)
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Publisher/Place: Horizon Magazine

Nano-regulation in the EU

Authors: Praetorius A
Status: Presentation
Year: 2015

Presentation of the exposure assessment framework specification

Authors: Crossley A, Park B, Mays C, Hazebrouck B, Lynch I, Svendsen C
Status: Short
Year: 2017
Deliverable number: D1.1

Report on the pathway analysis

Authors: Pomar-Portillo V, Vilchez Villalba A, Vázquez S, et. al.
Status: Short
Year: 2017
Deliverable number: D1.2

Sewage sludge treated with metal nanomaterials inhibits earthworm reproduction more strongly than sludge treated with metal metals in bulk/salt forms

Authors: Lahive E, Matzke M, Durenkamp M, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Volume/Issue: 4
Publisher/Place: Royal Society of Chemistry
Pages: 78-88
Proceedings title: Environmental Science: Nano

Spotlight on NanoFASE (Work packages 4, 5 & 8)

Authors: Walker L, Vázquez-Campos S, Kaegi R, , Kammer F, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2016
Journal: NSC Newsletter
Volume/Issue: 7 Spring
Publisher/Place: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 5-7

Successful spICP-MS data analysis workshop

Authors: Undas A
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Place: NSC Newsletter
Publisher/Place: 9 Spring
Pages: 22

Sulfidation kinetics of 2 copper oxide nanoparticles

Authors: Gogos A, Thalmann B, Voegelin A, Kaegi R
Status: Published
Year: 2017
Volume/Issue: 8 (4)
Publisher/Place: Environmental Science: Nano
Pages: 1733-1741

What do we need to create good models for the development of a sustainable nanotechnology?

Authors: Praetorius A
Status: Presentation
Year: 2015

What is the meaning of pristine nanoparticles, their lifecycle and fate? An overview and forward look

Authors: Svendsen C, et al.
Status: Presentation
Year: 2017