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nanomaterial

(ˈnænəʊməˌtɪərɪəl)
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(General Physics) any material that has an average particle size of between 1 and 100 nanometres
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It covers the world of nanotechnology, the world of engineering nanomaterials, the importance of safety for manufacturing nanomaterials, safety approaches to handling engineered nanomaterials, certification: validating workers' competence in nano-safety, understanding the implications of nanomaterial unknowns, what is considered reliable information, ethics and communication: the essence of human behavior, and behavior-based worker safety for engineered nanomaterials.
On 14 June 2017, the European Commission launched the European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON).
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The main objective of these regulations is the control of nanomaterials whose safety has been an issue of growing concern among NGOs, politicians and some groups of consumers in Europe.
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Among the objectives of the symposium, mention can be made of the promotion of knowledge of specialists and people interested in nanotechnology in the safety fields of nanomaterials and creation of interaction between the researchers in this field.
The hazardous potential of nanomaterials should be assessed on a case-by-case basis, the European Commission said, on 3 October, unveiling its new communication on nanotechnology.
In its new communication, the Commission differentiates between 'everyday' nanomaterials, which have been used safely for decades (such as those used in tyres, and anticoagulants in food) and those that have been more recently developed and are the subject of public debate - including carbon nanotubes, and silver nanoparticules used in anti-perspiration socks.
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