• Delivering analytical and characterisation excellence in nanomaterial risk assessment: a tiered approach

    Delivering analytical and characterisation excellence in nanomaterial risk assessment: a tiered approach

  • Introducing confidence, adaptability and clarity into nanomaterial risk assessment

    Introducing confidence, adaptability and clarity into nanomaterial risk assessment

  • Facilitating decision-making in choice of techniques and SOPs

    Facilitating decision-making in choice of techniques and SOPs

University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham (UoB) has approximately 26,000 students and 6,000 staff; it is one of only 11 UK universities to feature in the list of the world’s top 100 universities and is one of the elite UK Russell Group Universities. 

UoB is a large and highly research active university with significant strengths in nanoscience, nanotechnology, human health and environmental science; there is extensive experience in EU projects (105 under FP6, 315 under FP7, 95 under H2020 to date) in these and related areas such as nanosafety and nanobioscience.

UoB has a fully supported office with conference facilities in Brussels. UoB hosts Alta Innovations, a knowledge-transfer agency owned by the University, whose aim is to support interactions of academics with industry and facilitate the commercialization of UoB research.

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