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Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment

Here you will find all public NanoFASE deliverables as well as all scientific publications resulting from the project.

A framework for forward modelling of engineered nanomaterials in terrestrial systems

Authors: Geert Cornelis, Jenny Perez-Holmberg
Status: Published
Year: 2015

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

Authors: Jenny Perez Holmberg
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Stephen Lofts
Status: Published
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: Benoît Hazebruck et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Fabianne Ribeiro, Cornelis A.M. Van Gestel , Maria D. Pavlaki Sofia Azevedo, Amadeu M.V.M. Soares, Susana Loureiro
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: Geert Cornelis
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Gert Cornelis
Status: Published
Year: 2015
Journal: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 3-4

Dissolution and retention of nanoparticles in soils

Authors: Geert Cornelis
Status: Published
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
Proceedings title: Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

Effect of Surface and Salt Properties on the Ion Distribution around Spherical Nanoparticles: Monte Carlo Simulations

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

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

Authors: Iseult Lynch , B. Hazebrouck
Status: Published
Year: 2015
Volume/Issue: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 8

Flows of engineered nanomaterials through waste treatment and recycling

Authors: Véronique Adam
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Flows of engineered nanomaterials to waste treatment

Authors: Véronique Adam, Fadi Sultan, Bernd Nowack
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Benoît Hazebrouck, et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Introduction to NanoFASE

Authors: Geert Cornelis
Status: Published
Year: 2015

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

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

NanoFASE Hosts Networking for Young NanoScientists

Authors: Marta Baccaro
Status: Published
Year: 2015
Pages: 30

Nano-Regulation in the EU

Authors: Antonia Praetorius
Status: Published
Year: 2015

Presentation of the exposure assessment framework specification

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

Report on the Pathway Analysis

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

Spotlight on NanoFASE

Authors: Claus Svendsen et al.
Status: Published
Year: 2015
Journal: NSC Newsletter
Pages: 5

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

Authors: Antonia Praetorius
Status: Published
Year: 2015