EU regulators debate nanotech in food and consumer products in Brussels

We recently spoke at the First Annual Nanotechnology Safety for Success Dialogue in Brussels, sponsored by the European Commission (EC) Health and Consumer Protection Directorate General (DG SANCO), which is responsible for laws concerning food and feed safety, consumer affairs, and public health wi...

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