EHS Research Strategies on Manufactured Nanomaterials: Compilation of Outputs

Publication Date : 2009
Code : 63
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English
Volume 23 Pages
Document type Report
Subject General Issues
Summary

The project on EHS Research Strategies on Manufactured Nanomaterials was established to exchange information on research activities and identify common research needs to address human health and environmental safety issues associated with manufactured nanomaterials and to undertake to meet those research needs. Nevertheless, the project is not intended to develop a global harmonised research strategy, nor to actively co-ordinate existing or future research activities; but rather to provide information on the research status quo at the national level, while identifying common research needs.

This document is intended to provide information on the outcomes and developments of the WPMN related to the safety of manufactured nanomaterials. This document comprises the compilation of output documents that have been produced during the course of the work of the project, and that can be useful to a wider audience, in addition to the WPMN. Each document is based on the responses from delegations to the Questionnaire for National Authorities (and other delegations to the WPMN) Responsible for the Safe Use of Manufactured Nanomaterials.
Content

ABOUT THE OECD

 

FOREWORD

 

THE WORKING PARTY ON MANUFACTURED NANOMATERIALS (WPMN)

 

PROJECT ON EHS RESEARCH STRATEGIES ON MANUFACTURED NANOMATERIALS

 

LIST OF RESEARCH THEMES RELEVANT TO HUMAN HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY OF NANOMATERIALS

   Background    

   Research themes    

 

ANALYSIS OF THE FREQUENCY OF ENTRIES IN THE LIST OF CURRENT/COMPLETED AS WELL AS PLANNED RESEARCH PROJECTS

   Objective    

   Results    

   Hot spots    

   Trends    

   Nanomaterials    

   Gaps or Sequential Priority     
Organization
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Published by
  • Inter-Organisation Programme for the Sound Management of Chemicals Supported by
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