2015, July 16th
Workshop QEEN "Quantifying Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials" 7-8 July, 2015 - Rosslyn, VA, USA.
QEEN Workshop "Quantifying Exposure to Engineered Nanomaterials" from Manufactured Products Addressing Environmental, Health, and Safety Implications.
2015, May 28th
Nanotechnology in Food - 9 and 10 September 2015 in Cologne, Germany.
The 2nd International Fresenius Conference "Nanotechnology in Food" will take place in Cologne/Germany on 9 and 10 September 2015.
2015, May 21st
Nathan Bossa (CEREGE-INERIS) will defend his PhD thesis about " Nanotechnologies and building materials : Mechanisms of release of nanomaterials during use and degradation of photocatalytic cement" the 22th May 2015 in CEREGE - Aix en Provence.
Nathan Bossa (CEREGE-INERIS) will defend his PhD thesis about " Nanotechnologies and building materials : Mechanisms of release of nanomaterials during use and degradation of photocatalytic cement" the 22th May 2015 at 10:00 am in CEREGE - Aix en Provence.
2015, May 11th
Seminar on "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ECO-DESIGN AND NANOMATERIALS", the 28th of May, 2015 at Novancia Business School, Paris.
As part of the activities of the Chair NEIS of the LABEX SERENADE "Nanotechnologies, Ecodesign, Innovation and Strategy", the Strategic Innovation Management research team welcome you to the following seminar "SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, ECO-DESIGN AND NANOMATERIALS", the 28th of May, 2015 at Novancia Business School, Paris.
2015, May 11th
Meeting on "Genotoxicity : exposure, risk assessment and health effect" in Caen (France), the 2nd to 3rd of July, 2015.
Do not forget to register for the annual conference that SFTG and the University of Caen, in Caen (Normandy, France) organize the 2 to 3 July 2015 on the theme : Genotoxicity : exposure, risk assessment and health effect.
2015, April 14th
PhD Position "Impact of nanomaterials on the structure and function of bacterial communities of sewage sludge (STEP) and on the treatment efficiency".
The PhD will be carried out in partnership with the Laboratory of Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere for microbiology and microscopy (UMR 7265, CEA Cadarache), the CEREGE (UMR 7330, Interfast, AMU) for the physicochemical characterization , and at M2P2 (UMR 7340 AMU) for experiments in anaerobic and aerobic reactors. These three laboratories are located near Aix en Provence (Bouches du Rhône).
2015, April 7th
Nanotechnology : friend or enemy ?
Labex Serenade invites you to the following event "Nanotechnology : friend or enemy ?" on April, 8 from 9h30 am to 1 pm at CEREGE (Aix en Provence).
2015, February 17th
Recent publication by Shandilya et al., about "Emission of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles from Building Materials to the Environment by Wear and Weather".
Dr. Neeraj Shadily et al. have recently published a paper in Environmental Science and Technology.
2015, February 16th
Vincent Bartolomei (LCE) will defend his PhD thesis about " Study of the chemistry of nitrous acid (HONO) for indoor atmospheres" the 25th February 2015 in Marseille.
Vincent Bartolomei (LCE) will defend his PhD thesis about " Study of the chemistry of nitrous acid (HONO) for indoor atmospheres" on the 25th February 2015 in Marseille.
2015, February 16th
Recent publication by Barton et al., about "Monte Carlo simulations of the transformation and removal of Ag, TiO2, and ZnO nanoparticles in wastewater treatment and land application of biosolids".
Dr. Lauren E. Barton et al. have recentlypublished a paper in Science of the Total Environment.
Safe(r) Ecodesign Research and Education applied to NAnomaterial DEvelopment
Nanomaterials are expected to be a key to innovation breakthroughs and to lead to many new applications by 2020 and further. This lead manufacturers to develop sustainable processes of production, taking account safety and acceptance considerations since first steps of the design and during the entire production of new-generation nanomaterials.
Labex SERENADE aims to build a dynamic network of academic research laboratories and industries to design tomorrow’s nanomaterials that will be safer for both humans and the environment. SERENADE is not focussed only on the design phase, but addresses nanosafety during the entire life cycle of nanoproducts, from the earliest production stages (pristine nanoparticles) to the end-of-life (recycling, disposal).
SERENADE prepares the future: it will develop lasting concepts, processes and tools and also train a new generation of scientists and skilled workers.