EU nanomaterials website updated with two searchable databases

The European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON) website has been updated with new information about nanomaterials within the EU regulatory framework, how they are used in different sectors, including food, medicine and environmental research, as well as information on how to use nanomaterials safely at work.

In addition, two searchable databases are now accessible in 23 EU languages through the EUON; NanoData, a knowledge base on nano science and technology, and the eNanoMapper, which helps you find safety information about nanomaterials.

The EUON home page has also been revamped with more dynamic content including the latest news and articles on nanomaterials and nanotechnology from the web.



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