April 14th - 16th 2010

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Nanotechnology and the Environment

Student symposium at Vil Vite, April 14th

Keynote lecurer is Richard Owen from University of Westminster, UK. His lecture is titled "Managing Environmental Risk Uncertainties for Nanomaterials"

The symposium is free of charge for PhD and master students that participate at NETS2010 and a number of travel awards are available for the participating students.

Downloads:
EU commission's ethical guidelines
Strategic Approaches for the Management of Environmental Risk Uncertainties Posed by Nanomaterials
Programme and Abstract book

 

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Registration opens
Lunch
Opening of the student symposium by Richard Owen
Managing Environmental Risk Uncertainties for Nanomaterials by Richard Owen
Toxicity of engineered nanoparticles to fish in in vivo experiments by Eivind Farmen
In vitro toxicity of manufactured nanomaterials by Julia Farkas
Coffee break
Environmental fate of engineered nanomaterials in soils by Claire Coutris
Nano - Early ethics and experimental governance by Kamilla Kjølberg
Discussions
End of Symposium
Dinner

     
 

Photo: Anders Goksøyr and Marianne Brattås

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