Join us in the next step os nanosafety discussion! The goal of the SENN2012 Congress is to examine and discuss safe practices in handling nanomaterials; to promote nanosafety at work with an emphasis on detection methods, tools, and safer production processes; and to improve the understanding of the biological basis of nanosafety.
The programme includes future education lectures on 28 Oct 2012, and Keynote presentations and free communications on 29 to 31 Oct 2012.
The Congress benefits researchers in occupational safety and health; experts in toxicology, material sciences, measurement technologies, risk assessment, management, and communication; policy-makers; device developers; safety managers; administrators in the nanosafety field (e.g. safety standards); and representatives of industry-related research and development.
The deadline for submitting free communication abstracts is 1 April 2012.