Hanyang University, member of ACEnano consortium, have recently published two relevant papers in which ACEnano project is acknowledged:
- Enhancement of Catalytic Activity of Reduced Graphene Oxide Via Transition Metal Doping Strategy: HGLee_RGO_NanoResLett2017.pdf
- Structural colour of unary and binary colloidal crystals probed by scanning transmission X-ray microscopy and optical microscopy Nho_STXM_PC_SciRep2017.pdf
Hope you find them interesting!
We are happy to invite you to the OpenTox Euro 2017 Meeting to be held 21-23 November in Basel (Switzerland) at the Stücki meeting center.
This year’s program explores the major issues facing the European toxicology community, including Integration/interoperability, regulatory acceptance and the 3Rs (Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of Animal Testing).
Everyone concerned with designing a safer world is welcome at OpenTox Euro: researchers from academia and industry working in vivo, in vitro and in silico, risk assessors and regulators.
Our mission: Promote OpenTox as the place where the toxicology community talks across geographical, political, funding and field-of-expertise borders.
September will be a busy month for ACEnano!
Birmingham will host the following events (click in the links for more information and registration):
Hope to see you there! Meanwhile, ACEnano team wishes you an enjoyable summer!
TOFwerk, member of ACEnano consortium, is hosting a webinar next Wednesday 2nd August on nanoparticle measurements using ICP-TOFMS.
Dr. Olga Borovinskaya will review use of the icpTOF for single-particle analysis. In addition to determining particle size and number concentration, the icpTOF is uniquely capable of measuring the complete, multi-element composition of individual particles. This rich data is enabling the application of single-particle methodology to more complex samples.