On 30th January 2022, the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA) organised a webinar giving an Overview of the newest Characterisation Techniques available nowadays. NIA, on behalf of Members across Europe and around the world, supports the development of nanotechnology innovations that improve the lives of consumers, preserve our environment and advance our world.
On 26-27 January 2022, the whole Consortium met in San Sebastian (Spain) for getting up-to-date with the developments and achievements during the last months.
It was a great get-together with lots of very fruitful discussions that set the basis for the upcoming months!
During our stay in San Sebastian, we were able to visit UPV/EHU labs, being able to see how our PATs are being tested there!
Special thanks to our Basque colleagues in San Sebastian (UPV/EHU and POLYMAT) for hosting such a great meeting, and sharing with us a bit of your Euskera language and culture!
Within the context the M4 Consortium Meeting of the Horizon Europe MOZART project, Cnano organised a Citizen Engagement Event on plating technologies to promote the Safe-and-Sustainable-by-Design (SSbD) approach during the electroless and electroplating process.
This year, the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology (acib) and the University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten organized jointly a hands-on event for Austria under the motto “Life is Science – in a digital world,” targeted to all ages, from school classes to families to students considering careers in science, focused on the topics of Health & Food, Climate & Environment, Digital Transformation and Culture & Community at the crossroads of cutting-edge research and everyday life.
On the occasion of the NanoCommons final conference, the whole nanosafety community came together for the NanoWeek 2022, which took place in Limassol, Cyprus from 20-24 June 2022. Led by the NanoCommons project, NanoPAT and other 17 other currently running nanosafety projects joined forces and supported organizing the event.