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The SERENADE project; a step forward in the safe by design process of nanomaterials: The benefits of a diverse and interdisciplinary approach

Jerome Rose 1 Melanie Auffan 1 Camille de Garidel-Thoron 1 Sebastien Artous 2 Claire Auplat 3 Gregory Brochard 4 Isabelle Capron 5 Marie Carriere 6, 7 Bernard Cathala 5 Laurent Charlet 8 Simon Clavaguera 2 Thierry Heulin 9 Jerome Labille 1 Thierry Orsiere 10 Stephane Peyron 11 Thierry Rabilloud 12 Catherine Santaella 9 Delphine Truffier-Boutry 2 Henri Wortham 13 Armand Masion 1
Abstract : Developing safe nanomaterials has become a major concern in all the industry sectors using advanced materials. However, there are very few initiatives addressing this issue. The SERENADE project, with its long-term funding scheme, provided a unique opportunity to foster a coordinated, yet diverse approach to investigate the safe-by-design development of nanomaterials in a variety of application fields, using a targeted set of inter-disciplinary case studies. The originality of the approach was to cover as many multiple technology readiness levels (TRLs) and life cycle stages as possible, combined with shared hazard and end-of-life assessments in an effort towards a (more) comprehensive and resource driven research.
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Jerome Rose, Melanie Auffan, Camille de Garidel-Thoron, Sebastien Artous, Claire Auplat, et al.. The SERENADE project; a step forward in the safe by design process of nanomaterials: The benefits of a diverse and interdisciplinary approach. Nano Today, Elsevier, 2021, 37, pp.101065. ⟨10.1016/j.nantod.2020.101065⟩. ⟨hal-03274485⟩

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