• Dip coating of air purifier ceramic honeycombs with photocatalytic TiO2 nanoparticles: A case study for occupational exposure.  Koivisto J. et al. Science of the Total Environment. Volume 630, 15 July 2018, 1283-129. Click here
  • Redefining environmental nanomaterial flows: Consequences of the regulatory nanomaterial definition on the results of environmental exposure models. Wigger H.,  Wohllebenb, W.  & Nowack B. ES Nano, Volume 6, 27 April 2018. Click here
  • A Data Fusion Pipeline for Generating and Enriching Adverse Outcome Pathway Descriptions. Nymark P. et al. Toxicol Sci,  Volume 162(1), 1 March 2018, 264-275. Click here.
  • Directions in QPPR development to complement the predictive models used in risk assessment of nanomaterials. Quick, J. et al. NanoImpact, Volume 11, January 2018, 58–66. Click here
  • Nanoinformatics Roadmap 2030. Nymark P. Nanosafety Cluster, 20 November 2017. Click here
  • Value of information analysis for assessing risks and benefits of nanotechnology innovation. Zabeo et al. Environmental Sciences Volume 31(11). 12 February 2019. Click here.


  • GUIDEnano Webinar, 22 February 2018 Click here
  • Swiss Precautionary Matrix Webinar, 8 March 2018 Click here
  • Stoffenmanager and Licara Webinar, 15 March 2018 Click here
  • Next steps in environmental risk assessment of  engineered nanomaterials considering  material-specific properties. H. Wigger & B. Nowack.  Duke University. 7 September 2018. Click here.
  • Sustainable Development of Engineered Nanomaterials. K. Grieger. Carolina Science Symposium. 9 November 2019. Click here.
  • Redefining environmental nanomaterial flows: consequences of the regulatory nanomaterial definition on the results of environmental exposure models.  H. Wigger & B. Nowack. Nanosafe. 6 November 2018. Click here.
  • Value-chain case-studies with high quality conceptual information for model testing in caLIBRAte project. A.S. Fonseca et al. Nanosafe. 5 November 2018. Click here.
  • Control of worker exposure during handling of manufactured nanomaterials in fume hoods. A.S. Fonseca et al. Nanosafe. 5 November 2018. Click here.
  • Safety culture and perceptions and practice with nanomaterials in academia and industry. P. Kines. Nanosafe. 8 November 2018. Click here.
  • Safety Observer app for use in measuring safe working conditions and behaviour with nanomaterials. P. Kines. Nanosafe. 7 November 2018. Click here.


These webinar recordings summarise how each risk assessment tool works and how it can be applied into nanomaterials development.



  • Identifying criteria for environmental risk assessment models at different stage-gates of nanomaterial/product innovation considering requirements of various stakeholders. S. Sørensen et al. SETAC Rome. 17 May 2018. Click here.
  • Acquiring exposure data and contextual information for demonstration of system-of-systems nano risk governance platform. T. Kanerva et al. Nanosafe, 5-9 November 2018. Click here.
  • Role of composition, coating and specific surface area on the biokinetics and toxicity of orally administered nanomaterials. J.Cabellos et al.  NanoTox 2018 - 9th International Conference on Nanotoxicology, 18-21 September 2018. Click here.
  • Toxico-transcriptomics as tool to identify nano-specifc toxicity profile. M. Burkard et al. SETAC Rome, 17 May 2018. Click here.
  • The impact of copper nanoparticles on mechano- sensory based behavior of zebrafish embryos (D. rerio). M. Burkard et al. DECHEMA Nanotoxicology, Neuss, Germany, 18.09 - 21.09. Click here.
  • Sensitivity analysis of a model characterizing nanoparticle agglomeration, dispersion and deposition processes in the atmosphere. Poikkimäki M., European Aerosol Conference, 27 August - 1 September 2017, Zürich, Swizterland. Click here
  • Nanosafe 6-9 November 2018 Click here