Main objectives

To develop purpose-oriented correlative approaches for the characterization and quantification of 2D nanomaterials as produced and in complex matrices and determination of their transformations in such environments.

To increase the availability of validated protocols to advance both nanosafety studies and material characterisation and deliver improved data reporting guidelines.

To ensure appropriate, realistic in vitro models to address current gaps in nanotoxicology.
To deliver reliable data to support computational modelling and the development of grouping and read-across methods.

To develop harmonised standard operating procedures (SOPs) that can be used in a regulatory framework, including test hazard assessment, biodegradability, and sustainability for advanced 2D nanomaterials.

Worldwide accepted risk assessment tools for establishing a robust supply chain for GFMs.

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