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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.

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

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

Nano-Regulation in the EU

Authors: Antonia Praetorius
Status: Published
Year: 2015

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

Authors: Antonia Praetorius
Status: Published
Year: 2015

Spotlight on NanoFASE

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

A framework for forward modelling of engineered nanomaterials in terrestrial systems

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

NanoFASE Hosts Networking for Young NanoScientists

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

Introduction to NanoFASE

Authors: Geert Cornelis
Status: Published
Year: 2015

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

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

Authors: Jenny Perez Holmberg
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

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

Authors: Geert Cornelis
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

Dissolution and retention of nanoparticles in soils

Authors: Geert Cornelis
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Flows of engineered nanomaterials to waste treatment

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

Flows of engineered nanomaterials through waste treatment and recycling

Authors: Véronique Adam
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

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

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