Blue Frog Scientific become the Newest Member of the Nanotechnology Industries Association

Blue Frog is excited to announce that it has become the newest member of the Nanotechnology Industries Association (NIA).  

Blue Frog will continue to build relations with the NIA and its members, facilitating key knowledge exchanges.  As a member Blue Frog will be privy to communications on regulatory movements for nanomaterials prior to there public release.  The NIA will provide us with another platform to raise and develop important topics in the field as a united voice through the Association.

Blue Frog to attend the Scientific workshop on Grouping of Nanomaterials at the OECD - 12-13 September

Blue Frog's Dr. Kai Paul will be attending the scientific workshop on nanomaterials.

The workshop will feed in results from the OECD working party for manufactured nanomaterials (WPMN) and bring together international experts to discuss and recommend how groups of nanomaterials can be developed around their physical chemical properties and hazards.

Key areas being discussed are:

Blue Frog to attend the Scientific workshop on Grouping of Nanomaterials at the OECD - 12-13 September

Blue Frog's Dr. Kai Paul will be attending the scientific workshop on nanomaterials.

The workshop will feed in results from the OECD working party for manufactured nanomaterials (WPMN) and bring together international experts to discuss and recommend how groups of nanomaterials can be developed around their physical chemical properties and hazards.

Key areas being discussed are:

Blue Frog Scientific to attend Crop Innovations and Regulations in Barcelona - 4 to 6 September 2018

Nigel, Tom and Sefi will be attending the Crop Innovations and Regulations meeting in Barcelona this week. Make sure to visit stand 17 and say hello to learn how Blue Frog Scientific can provide regulatory solutions to your business within the pharmaceutical, chemical and agrochemical sectors.

Blue Frog Scientific were part of a group of scientists to identify priority research questions toward sustainable environmental quality

Scientists have collectively identified 22 priority research questions toward sustainable environmental quality in Europe and the role of anthropogenic chemicals.

The international study, including Blue Frog Scientific’s Kai Paul, has identified the 22 most important research questions that need to be answered to fill the most pressing knowledge gaps over the next decade.

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