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Need for suitable methods assessing the quality and safety of nanomedicines
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Jun 05 2018

JRC scientists – in close collaboration with researchers from the French CEA and Irish Trinity College – have demonstrated some shortcomings of currently used test methods when applied to the characterisation and safety assessments of medical-nanoparticles. There is a need to further assess the suitability of existing standardised methods used for safety and quality evaluations, especially for the next generation of nanomedicines.

Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC112141
Authors: 
CIUFFO Biagio
ALONSO RAPOSO Maria
MOURTZOUCHOU Andromachi
BELOV Aleksandr
MAKRIDIS Michail
MATTAS Konstantinos
MOGNO Caterina
Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC107979
Authors: 
TSIAMIS Konstantinos
ZENETOS Argyro
DERIU Ivan
GERVASINI Eugenio
DE JESUS CARDOSO Ana

Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC110319
Authors: 
LENNARD Christopher
NIKULIN Grigory
DOSIO Alessandro
MOUFOUMA-OKIA W
Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC112023
Authors: 
AGUIAR WICHT Luis
WALDFOGEL Joel
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FTA2018 – Future in the making
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Jun 04 2018
On 4-5 June 2018 in Brussels, the JRC organises the sixth edition of the Future-oriented Technology Analysis (FTA) international conference.
Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC111642
Authors: 
RONZON Tevecia
Combined with targeted research, the survey outcomes will provide a comprehensive overview of courses and resources available.
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Jun 04 2018
The survey is part of a major study aimed at providing an overview of education and training opportunities which are relevant to the '3Rs' of alternatives to animal testing.

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