On Thu, 24 June 2021 a team of the EU H2020 projects NanoRigo and NanoCommons, in collaboration with the EU NanoSafety Cluster WG-A on Education, Training, and Communication conducted a session dedicated to theme of Risk Governance at the 10th Nanosafety Training School: from Basic Science to Risk Governance – Interprofessional Education Training School 2021. Martin Himly, Sabine Hofer and Nobert Hofstaetter (University of Salzburg), as well as Dmitri Ciornii (BAM) and Daan Schuurbiers (DPF) built this session on the question“Risk assessment with social dimension: how does risk governance differ from risk assessment or management?”The data block of the scientific/technical assessment (see above step ii) was introduced by Martin Himly covering topics such as FAIRness (i.e., Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, Reusability) of data, metadata completeness, and data shepherding, thereby highlighting the integration of experimental in vitro data with in silico modelling tools, facilitating enrichment and gap-filling of the still fragmented data landscape in nanosafety assessment. This workflow was depicted on a specific case of studying protein corona formation and its impact on human hazard assessment, displaying the features of the NanoCommons Knowledge Base.The webinar presentation slides and the recordings (recorded for educational purposes) are available in the NSC NanoHub, the NanoCommons Infrastructure, at Zenodo, the NSC YouTube channel, and in the NanoCommons’ Elixir TeSS channel.
Categories: NanoCommons Workshops, NewsBy Tassos
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