Editor’s Note: We offer this excellent article from Wolters Kluwer Health Law Daily in which NanoTecNexus was invited to contribute a market perspective.  Enjoy. STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES: Tiny particles with big implications: Nanotechnology and the FDA By Danielle H. Capilla, JD, Senior Writer Analyst, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Nanomaterials, materials measured in nanometers or approximately […]

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It is critical that everyone be responsible to ensure safety from workforce and end users to environment. I’ve always been impressed by what NIOSH has offered to companies developing novel nanomaterials and those who use them in product manufacturing. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2014-106 Protecting the Nanotechnology Workforce Nanotechnology—the manipulation of matter on a near-atomic […]

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Questionable safety practices in nanotechnology labs around the world (Nanowerk Spotlight) The discussion about nanotechnology related safety issues so far has focused mainly on three areas � consumers getting exposed to products containing nanomaterials; nanomaterials getting released into the environment and potentially entering the food chain (read "Nanotechnology's impact on major food crops" and "Investigating […]

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