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Open access book chapter: "Nanoregisters in Europe" now available through EUON

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The European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON) has made the chapter "Nanoregisters in Europe" from the book "Particle Technology and Textiles: Review of Applications" freely available to the public. This chapter discusses national nano inventories, focusing on registers in France, Belgium, and Denmark, and includes information on the Cosmetic Products Notification Portal and EUON. Funded by the European Commission and hosted by ECHA, EUON's aim is to promote transparency in nanotechnology. The chapter can be accessed in all 23 EU languages, expanding its accessibility. The release is part of EUON's commitment to providing open access resources and fostering understanding of nanotechnology regulation and its applications in textiles.


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