Category - Nanotechnology
Insight partners EuroNanoForum 2017
Nuclear magnetic resonance has attracted the attention of researchers with a vast array of interests for decades. Anna Demming speaks to Professor Jean-Philippe Ansermet about new demonstrations of how to maximise the potential of the technique, as well as its impact on catalysis, electrochemistry and spintronics
On the 9-10th November 2015, the “Systems Biology in Nanosafety Research” conference took place at the Nobel Forum in Stockholm, Sweden. This marked the 3rd Mini-Conference on Nanotoxicology and was chaired by Professor Bengt Fadeel and Professor Juha Kere.During the Conference in Stockholm, William Davis of Projects had a chance to talk to Andreas Falk who is on the international advisory board for NANOSOLUTIONS.
The number of nanomaterials that could potentially exist is huge. Assessing whether each one of them is safe or not would be prohibitively time-consuming, but the NANOSOLUTIONS consortium is creating a way of getting around this problem with the development of the engineered nanomaterial safety classifier