MARINA - Managing Risks of Nanomaterials - Tools and Methods to Address Uncertainties in Risk Assessment of Nanomaterials
Date: 25 January 2016 – 25 January 2016
In Partnership with Tokyo University of Science, National Institute for Materials Science and IOM Singapore
MARINA is a multinational effort that developed and validated over the past four years Risk Management Methods for Nanomaterials. Several Japanese groups were importantly involved this is project and provided their insight and expertise. This was very important because Japanese nanomaterial researches and developers are amongst the forerunners in this novel technological field.
Within MARINA, a flexible and efficient RA strategy was developed that considers the impact of the varying properties of an ENM during the various cycle stages on human health and combines with environmental risks. MARINA addressed all four central themes for the Risk Assessment and Management of Nanomaterials: Materials, Exposure, Hazard and Risk.
This workshop aims to present some of the key findings of the MARINA project with a particular focus on aspects that are of high importance to Japanese research and industry. The speakers are renowned researches in their respective field, and many of them were actively involved in the MARINA project.
General: ¥ 5,000 Japanese yen
Student: ¥ 2,000 Japanese yen
(to be paid by cash on site, fee includes lunch and coffee breaks)
For more information please click here to view the event leaflet.
For registration, please send the filled- in registration form to the Email or Fax below by 13:00, Friday, 8 January 2016.
Fax: +81-4-7121-3618 / 04-7121-3618 (from Japan)
We look forward to welcoming you.