Andrea Elisabeth's Blog – March 2012 Archive (2)

Call for proposals - manufacturing nanomaterials and more

Funding will be offered to innovative projects focusing on commercially relevant Manufactured NanoMaterials (MNMs) in one of the following thematic fields:

1. Establishment and development of models and methods for analytical tools, theoretical prediction, and characterization

2. Exposure assessment

3. Studies on Impacts of MNMs on environment

4. Studies on properties and effects of MNMs

Detailed description of the topical fields is given in the Call…


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EC funded project ProNano coaching result Nanopores applied for Water Quality

"spongy" nanomaterial may change the way to monitor water quality

A group of researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique (EP) in Palaiseau, near Paris, have developed a tiny film that could speed up the process dramatically. The "nano-factor" is within the film itself: billions of nanopores per square cm that trap metals like a sponge, making them immediately available for analysis. Their new system is portable, provides immediate results, and therefore may change the way we monitor water…


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