EPPN Workshop (European Network for Pilot Production Facilities and Innovation Hubs)

5 Nov 2019 / San Sebastian, ES

Activity details

Dissemination of the project
Promotion of TAs
Present the benefits for the pilot lines/projects

Organisations involved

Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung (BfR)
Universitat Salzburg / Paris Lodron University of Salzburg (PLUS)

Resources & Training materials

NanoCommons - How can we help you?
Beatriz Alfaro Serrano, Iseult Lynch, Anastasios Papadiamantis, Thomas Exner, Lee Walker, Andreas Falk
5 Nov 2019

The NanoCommons Transnational Access (TA) is an opportunity for nanosafety researchers from industry, academia and regulatory bodies to access the state-of-the-art NanoCommons expertise free of charge and take advantage of the NanoCommons services, facilities and knowledge to advance their work, solve problems and take their research to the next level.
NanoCommons is designed to provide innovative solutions for data mining, harmonisation, utilisation and re-utilisation, including incorporation of a range of modelling and decision support tools that require organised high-quality datasets on which to run, provided via an Open Access, federated Knowledge Commons platform. Access to the platform and the supporting tools will be provided to the nanosafety community and its broad set of stakeholders (enterprise, regulators, insurance and society broadly) via funded calls for Transnational access, as well as development of demonstration user case studies targeting the key stakeholders (academia, industry, regulators).

Benefits available to the pilot lines and industries community:
• Funded access to nanoinformatics tools
• EU funded access to expertise in data management and nanoinformatics tools
• Facilitate open access data to help reduce duplication of tests, regulation, animal-testing, bureaucracy…
• Assistance with capture and databasing of your data to comply with EU open data initiatives and achieve FAIR data principles (

Additional materials:

Target audience: Data providers, Software developers, Bioinformaticians, Data modellers, Regulators, General public, Data owners, Data managers, Students, Researchers, Risk assessors
Organisations involved: UoB, EwC, UKRI, BfR, BIONANONET

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