Dr. Kai Paul gives a well-received oral presentation on “Considering the use of Read-Across for Nanomaterials in REACH” to interested steakholders, academics and regualtory bodies at the 12th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials (ICEENN). For more information on the topic contact Kai.
Dr. Kai Paul was part of the expert panel invited to lead discussions on “New approaches to categorization” as part of the “Categorisation of the Next Generation of Nanomaterials: Creating A Vision”. The workshop lead the way for idea and thought generation for a categorization conference as part of Future Nano Needs project (www.futurenanoneeds.eu).
EHCA releases an appendix specific for nanomaterials guidance on “QSARs and grouping of chemicals (Chapter R.6)” and “Endpoint specific guidance (Chapter R.7a-c)” https://echa.europa.eu/guidance-documents/guidance-on-information-requirements-and-chemical-safety-assessment. Further nano-specifc appendices to specific R-chapters can be found at the ECHA website.
We are proud to be exhibiting at SOT for the first time!
Visit Tom and Concy at booth 716 and find out why so many leading pharmaceutical, chemical and agrochemical companies choose Blue Frog Scientific to provide them with regulatory solutions.
Dr Kai Paul gives an oral presentation at NanoSafe 2016, Grenoble, on “A Nanomaterial Testing Strategy for Achieving REACH Regulatory Compliance”. For more information contact Kai or the Blue Frog Scientific team.