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Abstract:
Nanotechnology is one of today's most promising technological developments. The activities of the Joint Research Centre supporting safety assessment of nanomaterials (as shown in this video, issued in October 2011) are aimed at ensuring consumer protection and confidence in many innovative applications and products.

JRC activities in support to safety assessment of nanomaterials in consumer products

Ispra, Italy | Posted on November 1st, 2011

Credits:

JRC-IHCP (Fernando Dos Santos - concept, production, post-production and audio, with the support of Barbara Piotrowska for the script) and JRC Audiovisual team (Josť Blasco Munoz, Cosimo Garganese: post-production, final credits, optimisation).

Rotating Globe Graphics reproduced by courtesy of ZKad Productions www.zkad.com

Music: Jupiterimages Corp. 2008 - Corporate presentation, vol. 1

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Contacts:
Carla Caprioli
Joint Research Centre Institute for Health and Consumer Protection,
TP582 Via E. Fermi, 2749
I-21027 Ispra
Italy

Tel: +39 0332 786399
Fax: +39 0332 789059

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