By Raymond M. David. Environmental Engineering Science. March 2013, 30(3): 97-100
The reviews of the science that follow, initiated by the ICEMN organization and led by specific ICEMN members, are an approach to use. It is presented as a guide to regulatory scientists and others who are not engaged in direct research, but have a [...]
By Safe Work Australia. Publication date : March, 18, 2013
The report finds that significant quantities of material, which can present health risk, are emitted from composites by high energy machining processes like cutting with an electric disc saw or band saw. If the composite contains a hazardous nanomaterial, the health risk from the [...]
By Caroline Burkhard Golin, Thomas Bougher, Anne Mallow, Baratunde Cola. Journal of Chemical Health and Safety . 13 March 2013
This research finds that a critical failure in the assessment and classification processes is the insufficient testing framework for classifying environmental health and safety (EHS) risk. In large part, this is due to relative novelty [...]
Par Francelyne Marano & Rina Guadagnini. Laboratoire des réponses cellulaires et moléculaires aux xénobiotiques, CNRS EAC Paris. Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique Available online 5 March 2013
Le passage des barrières biologiques, dont la barrière intestinale, et leur capacité à s’accumuler dans différents organes sont actuellement du domaine de la recherche et démontrés [...]
By Nerin, P. Alfaro, M. Aznar, C. Domeño. Analyticca Chimica Acta, Available online 28 February 2013
This work proposes an analytical procedure for sample treatment, applicable to polymers as well as to migration samples, and for NIAS identification.
Publié le 24 janvier 2013
Mistra, fondation suédoise pour la recherche stratégique en environnement, va investir dans un programme de recherche pour identifier les effets des nanomatériaux sur l’environnement et pour trouver de nouvelles applications environnementales aux nanotechnologies.
By X. Lu, Y. Liu, X. Kong, P. E. Lobie, C. Chen, T. Zhu. Small, Article first published online: 11 Feb 2013
Due to their unique physicochemical properties, NMs may interact actively with biological systems. Some of these interactions might be detrimental to human health, and therefore studies on the potential ‘nanotoxicity’ of these [...]
By F. P. García, J. P. Méndez & A. M. Bolarín. Autonomous University ofHidalgo State,Mexico
January 16, 2013
Full Length Research Paper
Given the absence of scientific clarity about the potential health effects of occupational exposure to nanoparticles, guidance is required for decision-making regarding their risks, hazards and controls. Identify the ethical issues that [...]
By The FDA, April 2012
The Food & Drug Administration has released two new guidance documents for public comment outlining agency policy for the use of nanotechnology in food ingredients and packaging and the use of nanotechnology in cosmetic products.
By N. Dilbaghi, H. Kaur, R.Kumar, P. Arora, S. Kumar Department of Bio and Nano Technology, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, India. August 2012
Nanotechnology has contributed in revolutionizing health and veterinary sciences by providing new tools and new materials…