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Bridging international approaches on nanoEHS

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  • Janeck James Scott-Fordsmand
  • Mónica João de Barros Amorim, University of Aveiro
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  • Camille de Garidel-Thoron, University of Aix-Marseille
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  • Vincent Castranova, West Virginia University
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  • Barry Hardy, Edelweiss Connect
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  • Igor Linkov, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
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  • Ilise Feitshans, European Scientific Institute, Archamps, Work Health and Survival Project, Haddonfield
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  • Gregory Nichols, Homeland Defense and Security Information Analysis Center
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  • Elijah Joel Petersen, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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  • David Spurgeon, NERC
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  • Sally Tinkle, IDA/Science and Technology Policy Institute
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  • Ulla Vogel, National Research Centre for the Working Environment
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  • Paul Westerhoff, Arizona State University
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  • Mark Robert Wiesner, Duke University
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  • Christine Ogilvie Hendren, Duke University

The challenge of assessing the scope and magnitude of risk from nanomaterials is urgent for society and ignoring risks could be detrimental for development. This challenge is bigger than the individual capacities on each side of the Atlantic, but effective cross-Atlantic collaboration can solve essential riddles about the use of nanomaterials.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftNature Nanotechnology
Vol/bind16
Nummer6
Sider (fra-til)608-611
Antal sider4
ISSN1748-3387
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StatusUdgivet - jun. 2021

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