Nano-related experimental workflows

Nano-related Experimental WorkflowsOverview LEITAT is offering guidance on nano-related experimental workflows, which may include site visits, either to established facilities (as a reference in terms of layout, equipment needs, workflow, etc.) or to new facilities (in order to identify potential pitfalls), web-based information exchange forums, organisation of round-robin tests to evaluate inter-laboratory precision. Support on…

ENM Physicochemical Characterisation Experimental Workflows

ENM Physicochemical Characterisation Experimental WorkflowsOverview The Environmental Nanoscience Group (ENG) of the University of Birmingham (UoB) has long experience on one of the key pillars of nanosafety research, which is the full physicochemical characterisation of the engineered nanomaterials (ENM). ENG has established detailed experimental workflows, which include the use of various instruments (e.g. TEM, DLS,…

Electronic Laboratory Notebooks

Electronic Laboratory NotebooksOverview One of the main objectives of NanoCommons is to promote the FAIR data principles, cross-project collaboration and data interoperability. This way, it will be possible to offer the nanosafety community with high quality data that can be combined to produce big datasets and be used in novel modelling, machine learning, deep learning…

EcoToxicological Laboratory Workflows

EcoToxicological Laboratory WorkflowsOverview The Ecotoxicology & Chemical Risk Group at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is an important node within the European Nanosafety infrastructure providing expertise and facilities in support of ecological effect and risk assessment studies with nanoparticles including detection of toxicity and biodiversity effects in soils and surface waters. ┬áCEH can…