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RiskGONE (Science-based Risk Governance of Nano-Technology) is an EU H2020 project aiming at providing solid procedures for consistent risk governance of engineered nanomaterials.

The project began on 1st January 2019 and will end on 28 February 2023. In that time the project partners will develop new tools or modify existing ones to identify with better certainty the environmental and human health impacts of a number of nanomaterials. These tools and the results of tests using them will then be integrated into the work of a European Risk Governance Council (ERGC), a group of individuals with different areas of expertise on nanomaterials tasked to provide governance decisions on the safety of the specific materials. A risk governance framework, made up of the tools and the ERGC, will be developed to address nanomaterial safety governance in a coherent and scientifically robust way.

This project has received funding from European Union Horizon 2020 Programme (H2020) under grant agreement nÂș 814425.

More information at: riskgone.eu

RiskGONE Ethical Impact Assessment tools

The EIA stepwise analysis can be performed via a user-friendly tool to assess the relevance, severity and acceptance of nanomaterials ethical issues during manufacturing, use and waste processing.

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RiskGONE in vitro dosimetry simulation

This web-service hosts the De Loid et al. multi-step in vitro dosimetry methodology to quantify delivered nanomaterials dose metrics as a function of time.

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