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Events List

  1. Nano WG: Emanuele Ghedini

    Activities related to European Materials Modelling Council and the Material Modelling Ontology to the Nano WG. Emanuele Ghedini Associate Professor in Nuclear Reactor Physics DIN - Department of Industrial Engineering Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna Viale Risorgimento 2, 40136 Bologna, Italy

  2. Nano WG: Summer Break

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  3. Nano WG: Summer Break

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  4. Nano WG: Summer Break

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  5. Nano WG: Summer Break

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  6. Nano WG: Summer Break

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  7. Nano WG: US National Nanotechnology Initiative Update

    National Nanotechnology Initiative: The NNI is a U.S. Government research and development (R&D) initiative involving the nanotechnology-related activities of 20 departments and independent agencies. Stacey Standridge https://www.nano.gov

  8. Nano WG: Metadata Paper Working Meeting

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  9. Nano WG: Planning Meeting

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  10. Nano WG: cancelled, 4th of July Holiday

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  11. Nano WG: The Challenges of Nanoparticle Characterization: Lessons Learned, Emerging Trends, and the Path Forward

    Nanomedicines are complex drugs with tremendous promise for facilitating new therapeutic breakthroughs. However, these novel therapeutic treatments also pose unique characterization challenges due to their inherent polydispersity, compositional complexity, and the unique relationship between the nanoparticle’s physicochemical properties and the biological performance of the formulation. NCI’s Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL) provides state of the art characterization services...

  12. Nano WG: Jaqpot - An open-source web platform for creating, using, testing and sharing predictive models in nano-informatics

    Haralambos Sarimveis Professor National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) School of Chemical Engineering Title: Jaqpot - An open-source web platform for creating, using, testing and sharing predictive models in nano-informatics Abstract: Computational models that predict physicochemical properties, biokinetics or adverse biological effects of Engineered Nanomaterials (ENMs) are becoming increasingly important to support risk assessment and safety-by-design. This is primarily due to...

  13. Nano WG: Metadata Paper Working Meeting

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  14. Nano WG: Planning Meeting

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  15. Nano WG: cancel, scheduling conflict?

    Mervi on travel

  16. Nano WG: Cancelled

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  17. Nano WG: Nanoinformatics Wikipedia Entry ( Egon Willighagen)

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  18. Nano WG: Safer Nanomaterials School

    Abstract: Safer Nanomaterials School addresses the complex challenge of the substitution of critical raw materials through the use of nanotechnology. This exciting bioHealth Computing school offers a unique and transformational opportunity to broaden skills-sets in a range of fields including advanced research strategies, innovation & sustainable business planning, ethics and regulatory affairs. The Safer Nanomaterials School is an accelerated learning programme proposed by European...

  19. Nano WG: Evan Hepler-Smith

    Please join the Nano WG this Thursday, April 25th at 11am US Eastern Time for a presentation by Dr. Evan Hepler-Smith (Boston College): Title: "The history of chemical information and the materials of the future" Abstract: Techniques, technologies, cultures, and infrastructures of information management played a central role in the development of the modern chemical sciences and the global chemicals industry since the late 19th century. Chemical databases and analytical techniques...

  20. Nano WG: Transitioning to predictive analysis for nanoparticle biocorona studies (Korin Wheeler)

    Proteins adsorbed to nanomaterials in a biological environment mediate cellular recognition, uptake, and toxicity of nanomaterials. Here, I'll present the development of experimental methods to characterize this population of proteins (also known as the protein corona fingerprint), as well as computational methods to predict the protein population in an array of conditions. To support expanded modeling efforts in this area, I will also comment on best practice in methodology and reporting for...