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The Innovation Society: Carcinogenicity of nanomaterials

The German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) has published a review of available studies on the carcinogenicity and mutagenicity of nanomaterials. The review includes the assessment of more than 100 single studies using a relational database. Within the selected materials, nano-silv
er was found to be the most toxic. Read more

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    For the German Federal Environment Agency and others.

    I am interested in this work from the point of view a creation of Knowledge Base of the carcinogenicity and mutagenicity of nanomaterials.
    I understand a knowledge base as the information tool which:
    - Contains all relationships between all variables of an object (nanomaterial characteristics and parameters of the production technology);
    - Allows us to compute the values of a part of variables through others;
    - Allows us to solve both direct and inverse problems,
    - Allows us to predict the characteristics and properties of nanomaterials that have not been investigated yet;
    - Allows you to predict the parameters of the technological process for a creation of the new nanomaterials with the desired characteristics.
    I have a large experience in a creation of the Knowledge Bases in various fields of basic and applied research in particular nanotechnology.

    If you consider this direction of research interesting will you inform me, please. I am ready for discussion.
    Victor S. Abrukov
    abrukov@yandex.ru

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