Nanomaterials’ Report on biodegradation, persistence, and safe by design EU

A desk study commissioned by the European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials (EUON) gives study research on the current level of knowledge of Nanomaterials’ (bio)degradation, persistence, and safe by design (SbD).

As the quantity and complexity of nanomaterials grow, it is necessary to consider how these nanomaterials will behave in the human body and environment. A recent study commissioned by the European Union Observatory for Nanoparticles (EUON) sought to provide information on the state of the art, the current gaps, and the research requirements for the (bio)degradation and persistence of nanomaterials and their associated organic coatings. Another purpose of the research was to investigate the present state of the art for safe by design (SbD) nanomaterials in terms of degradation and persistence.

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