Database to monitor environmental and health impacts of nanoparticles launched

In an effort led and funded by the European Union, leading researchers from European and Israeli institutions have launched a database of scientific publications related to the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) impact of nanoparticles. Launched in January 2009, the project termed NHECD (an acr...

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