Understanding Human Health Effects and Environmental Impacts of
Engineered Nanomaterials
Ca' Foscari Palace, Venice (Italy)

October Sunday 2nd - Friday 7th 2011

The school will highlight the best practices and approaches for physicochemical characterization, (eco) toxicity testing, exposure, risk and lifecycle assessment of ENMs. It will provide an interactive learning environment and direct access to key experts from Europe and the United States.


The Third Nanosafety Autumn School is especially designed for personnel from research and academic Institutions as well as from Industry, governmental agencies and hospital departments. The School is aimed at senior researchers, young scientists, Ph.D. students and in fact anyone dealing with nanosciences, nanotechnologies, nanosafety and epidemiology.


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