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Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment

Here you will find NanoFASE posters and presentations, including summaries.

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

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

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: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Perez Holmberg J
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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

Authors: Lofts S
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Flows of engineered nanomaterials through waste treatment and recycling

Authors: Adam V
Status: Published
Year: 2016

Flows of engineered nanomaterials to waste treatment

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

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

Authors: Praetorius A
Status: Published
Year: 2015

Nano-regulation in the EU

Authors: Praetorius A
Status: Published
Year: 2015

Dissolution and retention of nanoparticles in soils

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Published
Year: 2016

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: Published
Year: 2016

Introduction to NanoFASE

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Published
Year: 2015

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

Authors: Cornelis G
Status: Published
Year: 2016

A framework for forward modelling of engineered nanomaterials in terrestrial systems

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