Research roadmap for nanosafety - Part III: Closer to the market (CTTM)

Falk, Andreas and Schimpel, Christa and Haase, Andrea and Hazebrouck, Benoît and Fito López, Carlos and Prina-Mello, Adriele and Savolainen, Kai and Sips, Adriënne and Lopez de Ipiña, Jesús M. and Lynch, Iseult and Charitidis, Costas and Germ, Visser. (2016) Research roadmap for nanosafety - Part III: Closer to the market (CTTM). Project Report. EU NanoSafety Cluster.

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Abstract

Nano-products and nano-enabled applications need a clear and easy-to-follow human and environmental safety framework for the development along the innovation chain from initial idea to market and beyond that facilitates navigation through the complex regulatory and approval processes under which different product categories fall. The missing framework results in a lack of (i) solid data regarding roadblocks to market penetration of nano-enabled products as well as the absence of (ii) transparency in terms of which products (e.g. containing nanomaterials (NMs); nano-enabled products) are on the market (e.g. registries) and voluntary schemes and labelling requirements for cosmetics and food, which processes are used for manufacturing nano-enabled products, and (iii) meager inclusiveness in the dialogue (between all stakeholders) most likely exist as a result of the missing framework. The Closer-to-the-Market-Roadmap (abbrev. CTTM) aims at speeding up the progress towards market implementation of nanotechnologies by outlining the steps needed to develop such a framework. In its current form it is addressed towards policy makers, but the ultimate framework will be designed for use by SME and enterprise organisations.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
InterNano Taxonomy: Social and Economic Impacts > Policy and Regulation
Environment, Health, and Safety > Risk Assessment
Environment, Health, and Safety
Informatics and Standards
Nanomanufacturing Processes
Social and Economic Impacts
Collections: Nanomanufacturing Report Collection
Depositing User: Robert Stevens
Date Deposited: 26 May 2016 17:50
Last Modified: 26 May 2016 17:50
URI: http://eprints.internano.org/id/eprint/2356

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