NanoTox 2021

20.04.2021

Is a conference aimed at personnel from research and academic institutions as well as from industry, governmental agencies, and other relevant organisations.

NanoTox2021 will now be hosted online and we will welcome over 400 delegates with international experts from Europe, the United States and Asia confirmed as speakers. Topics will include; Nanotechnology, Hazard and risk assessment of nanomaterials and advanced materials, and their governance, Alternative methods for nanomaterial hazard testing, release and exposure. Safe(r) by design (SbD) of nanomaterials and advanced materials.

The 2021 Conference is jointly organised by three leading EU Horizon 2020 Projects, focusing on the development of novel tools for evaluating human and environmental hazard, and strategies for nanomaterial characterisation, classification, grouping and read-across for risk analysis – IOM's BIORIMA project, PATROLS and GRACIOUS.

NanoTox 2021 Keynote speakers are:

Professor Chunying Chen, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology of China
Professor Bengt Fadeel, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet
Dr Helinor Johnston, Heriot Watt University
Prof.dr. Martina Vijver, Leiden University

Registration is now open, please click here to Register Now and book your place for NanoTox 2021.

Abstract Submission will be open on the 1st September 2020.

Abstract Themes

Abstracts can be submitted under any of the 6 themes below:

1. Hazard Characterisation of Nanomaterials and Advanced Materials
2. Alternative Methods for Nanomaterial Hazard Testing
3. Release and Exposure to Nanomaterials and Advanced Materials
4. Risk Assessment of Nanomaterials and Advanced Materials, and their Governance
5. Safe(r) by Design (SbD) of Nanomaterials and Advanced Materials
6. Open Topics

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the conference team by email at nanotox2021@in-conference.org.uk who will continue to monitor the situation and will provide further updates if the situation changes.

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