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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.
The study investigated the Emission of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles from Building Materials to the Environment by Wear and Weather"

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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.

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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.
The study investigated Monte Carlo simulations of the transformation and removal of Ag, TiO2, and ZnO nanoparticles in wastewater treatment and land application of biosolids.

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2015, February 11th

NanoCERT Formation - CEA/Grenoble

The next training for NanoCERT certification will be held in Grenoble, on the CEA site, as follows :
From the 24th to 26th March, 2015 : Session on " Control on potential risks associated with nanomaterials for Preventors (NanoPREV)"
The 2nd of July, 2015 : Session on "Control of potential risks associated with nanomaterials for operators (OpéraNano)".

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2015, February 6th

3 year position as an engineer in Paris, working on the concept and design of new experiments.

You will find enclosed the announcement of a 3 years position available for an engineer in conception and experimental techniques in Paris.

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2015, January 27th

Post-doctoral position "Evaluation of transport properties of plastic nano-materials under extremes thermal conditions and consequences on their recycling ability".

The IATE laboratory in Montpellier, in collaboration with the CEREGE, ISTerre and in partnership with industrial partner and a financial support from the Labex SERENADE, is offering a 2 years-period post-doctoral position on the "Evaluation of transport properties of plastic nano-materials under extremes thermal conditions and consequences on their recycling ability".

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2015, January 19th

Special issue of Environmental Science : Nano dedicated to nanotoxicology.

We propose to publish a unique themed issue of Environmental Science : Nano dedicated to nanotoxicology, which will be published in 2015 with the aim to provide a state-of-the-art synopsis of mechanistic knowledge obtained thus far with regard to the interactions of engineered nanomaterials with organisms in the environment, i.e. aquatic or terrestrial.

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2015, January 5th

LabEx Serenade Annual Workshop, 29-30th of January 2015, in Grenoble.

The Serenade internal workshop will be held on January 29 & 30, 2015 in Grenoble, at the Minatec House.

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2015, January 4th

« BENEFITS AND RISKS OF SMALL AND ULTRA SMALL (Nanos, PUF) "January 15th, 2015 from 9:30 to 13h at CEREGE.

Thursday January 15th, 2015, from 9:30 to 13pm at CEREGE (Amphitheatre), assist to the market and technology watch, commented and discussed with the editor of Green News Techno. On the topic "Benefits and risks of small and ultra small (Nanos, PUF)".

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2014, December 8th

Workshop on "Metallic nanoparticles, biology, environment and health" in Grenoble, Wednesday 28th of January 2015.

Organised by the "Institut des Métaux en Biologie of Grenoble" and the LabEx SERENADE (Safe Ecodesign Research and Education applied to NAnomaterial DEvelopment), with support of EnvitéRA.

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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.

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