Regulation of Nanotechnology

Because of the ongoing argument on the implications of nanotechnology, there is important debate concerning whether nanotechnology or nanotechnology-based products quality special government regulation. This mainly relates to when to evaluate new substances prior to their release into the community, market and environment. Nanotechnology refers to an cumulative number of commercially existing products – from socks and trousers to tennis racquets and cleaning cloths. Such nanotechnologies and their associated industries have triggered calls for enlarged community participation and effective regulatory arrangements.

  • Risk Management of Nanomaterials
  • Risk Characterisation
  • Detection, Tracking and Monitoring
  • Life Cycle of Nanoproducts
  • Product based Regulations
  • Science based Regulations
  • Safety Standard for Nanoproducts
  • Green Chemistry

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