ICEENN brings together researchers, regulators and industry to discuss recent advances in our understanding of the fate and behavior of nanomaterials, their applications in the environmental and the key issues relating to maintaining the economic and social benefits of nanotechnology.
Serenade sponsored the ICEEN 2018 conference at Duke University and a Serenade's researcher team has presented the last results of the case studies.
Oral Presentations for the Labex:
- Mohammad Nassar, A nanomaterial database in environmental science : The SERENADE approach
- Armand Masion, An integrated approach to assess the environmental risks of nanomaterials
- Danielle Slomberg, Evaluation of environmental exposure to nanoparticulate TiO2 UV-filters used in sunscreens
- Armand Masion, Spectroscopic monitoring of the aging of sunscreens with TiO2 UV filters
- Jérôme Rose, Nanotechnologies risk assessment: exposure and product life cycle driven methodology
- Martina Cotena, Reproductive toxicity of combusted diesel additive containing nano-ceria: in vitro approach
- Mélanie Auffan, Mesoscosm testing as a standard for non occupational and exposure driven risk assessment of enginieered nanomaterials?
- Camille de Garidel-Thoron, Serenade : Introducing consumer exposure case studies and a novel database