Dissemination Strategy for the NanoSafety Cluster 27.09.2011, Extra Deliverable 4.12 .NanoImpactNet Report

Gordon Chambers, Dublin Institute of Technology
Isuelt Lynch, University College Dublin
Darren Hart, CHUV Lausanne
Nathalie Boschung, CHUV Lausanne
Bryony Ross, IOM
Sonja Grossberndt

Document Type Technical Report

NanoImpactNet Final Report. 2011


So that the widest possible group of European nanosafety stakeholders are able to meet, interact, benefit from the work of NSC project members and work using reproducible methods using the same terms, there must be coordination. The following requirements should be clearly defined in the formulation of all new EC sponsored nanosafety-related projects and should be strongly encouraged in existing NSC projects:

-To minimise travel costs and save time, training schools and workshops should be arranged to immediately precede or follow important conferences, such as the QNano training events after the final NanoImpactNet conference;

-All scientific protocols used in or derived during NSC projects should be sent to NSC

-Database working group (WG4) so as to build an important resource for nanosafety researchers;

-The NanoImpactNet glossary should become the NSC glossary, to be updated and expanded, for more homogenous use of terminology within the NSC and beyond.