• 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

Royal Society of Chemistry – NPL Symposium, save the date!

Nanoparticle concentration – critical needs and state-of-the-art measurement symposium will be held on 24 April 2018 at Burlington House, London, organised by the Analytical Division East Anglia Region of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).

It will bring together academics, measurement experts, instrument manufacturers, nanomaterials producers and industries interested in their use and applications to:

  • Discuss the state-of-the-art of nanoparticle analysis with focus on nanoparticle number concentration.
  • Present new methods to measure absolute nanoparticle concentration with low uncertainty, alongside the capabilities of a range of commercially available instrumentation.
  • Identify needs and potential pathways to address current limitations in methods, reference materials and protocols.
  • Discuss industrial requirements in the framework of product development, regulatory requirements and the development of standards.

Information of ACEnano will be displayed at the booth of one of its partners, PostNova Analytics. Feel free to ask them about our project!

More information here.

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