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2014, December 8th

« BENEFITS AND RISKS OF SMALL AND ULTRA SMALL (Nanos, PUF) "January 15th, 2015 from 9:30 to 13h at CEREGE.

Thursday January 15th, 2015, from 9:30 to 13pm at CEREGE (Amphitheatre), assist to the market and technology watch, commented and discussed with the editor of Green News Techno. On the topic "Benefits and risks of small and ultra small (Nanos, PUF)".

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2014, December 8th

Workshop on "Metallic nanoparticles, biology, environment and health" in Grenoble, Wednesday 28th of January 2015.

Organised by the "Institut des Métaux en Biologie of Grenoble" and the LabEx SERENADE (Safe Ecodesign Research and Education applied to NAnomaterial DEvelopment), with support of EnvitéRA.

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2014, November 6th

Post-doctoral position in Aix en Provence to study the biodegradability and in vivo biodistribution of porous silicon nanoparticles developed for photodynamic therapy.

A one year post-doctoral position is available at the CEREGE in Aix en Provence, in collaboration with the IBMM laboratory in Montpellier. This project, supported by the SILGLETO2 international ANR funding, will investigate the biodegradability and in vivo biodistribution of porous silicon nanoparticles developed for photodynamic therapy.

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2014, November 4th

Post-doctoral position "Study of novel cellular mechanism(s) underlying the pulmonary effects of metallic nano particles".

The Inserm laboratory in Créteil, near Paris (Inserm U955, Team 4) is offering a 24 months post-doctoral position on the "Study of novel cellular mechanism(s) underlying the pulmonary effects of metallic nano particles".

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2014, November 3rd

IMéRA : calls for applications 2015-2016 (application deadline : january 7th, 2015)

IMéRA (Institute for Advanced Study of Aix-Marseille University) is issuing calls for applications for residencies in 2015-2016.

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2014, October 14th

Equipments for the nanoparticles risk’s prevention at CEA/Grenoble

Come take a look at the booklet of the new equipments for the nanoparticles risk’s prevention at CEA/Grenoble sets up within the frame of the Serenade project.

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2014, October 13th

NanoCERT formation - CEA/Grenoble

The next training for NanoCERT certification will be held in Grenoble, on the CEA site, as follows :
October 21, 2014 : Session on "Control of potential risks associated with nanomaterials for operators (OpéraNano)".
From 25 to 27 November 2014 : Session on " Control on potential risks associated with nanomaterials for Preventors (NanoPREV)".

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2014, October 13th

Call for project CORTEA "Expertise, source reduction and treatment of pollutant emissions into the air"

ADEME opened the 2015 edition of the Call for Project CORTEA : "Expertise, source reduction and treatment of pollutant emissions into the air."

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2014, September 4th

« BENEFITS AND RISKS OF SMALL AND ULTRA SMALL (Nanos, PUF) "October 16th, 2014 from 9:30 to 13h at CEREGE (POSTPONED)

Thursday October 16th, 2014, from 9:30 to 13pm at CEREGE (Amphitheatre), assist to the market and technology watch, commented and discussed with the editor of Green News Techno. On the topic "Benefits and risks of small and ultra small (Nanos, PUF)".

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2014, July 31st

Recent publication about Transformation of Pristine and Citrate-Functionalized CeO2 Nanoparticles in a Laboratory-Scale Activated Sludge Reactor

Dr. Lauren E. Barton et al. have recently published a paper in Environmental Science and Technology.
The study investigated the transformation of pristine and citrate-functionalized CeO2 nanoparticles in a laboratory-scale activated sludge reactor.

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Safe(r) Ecodesign Research and Education applied to NAnomaterial DEvelopment

Nanomaterials are expected to be a key to innovation breakthroughs and to lead to many new applications by 2020 and further. This lead manufacturers to develop sustainable processes of production, taking account safety and acceptance considerations since first steps of the design and during the entire production of new-generation nanomaterials.

Labex SERENADE aims to build a dynamic network of academic research laboratories and industries to design tomorrow’s nanomaterials that will be safer for both humans and the environment. SERENADE is not focussed only on the design phase, but addresses nanosafety during the entire life cycle of nanoproducts, from the earliest production stages (pristine nanoparticles) to the end-of-life (recycling, disposal).

SERENADE prepares the future: it will develop lasting concepts, processes and tools and also train a new generation of scientists and skilled workers.

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