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Research Strategies For Safety Evaluation Of Nanomaterials, Part VIII: International Efforts To Develop Risk-based Safety Evaluations For Nanomaterials.

K. Thomas, P. Aguar, H. Kawasaki, J. Morris, J. Nakanishi, N. Savage
Published 2006 · Biology, Medicine

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The use of nanotechnology in consumer and industrial applications will likely have a profound impact on a number of products from a variety of industrial sectors. Nanomaterials exhibit unique physical/chemical properties and impart enhancements to engineered materials, including better magnetic properties, improved electrical activity, and increased optical properties. The United States, Europe, and Japan have each initiated comprehensive programs to promote and expand the utility of nanotechnology for commercial applications. An important component of these programs is the development of reliable risk and safety evaluations for these materials to ensure their safety for human health and the environment. The scope of each of these programs includes efforts to assess the hazards posed by nanomaterials in realistic exposure conditions.
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