Published June 24, 2022 | Version v1
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Design of a Nanomaterial Release Environment to Investigate Rapid Assessment with a Membrane-on-Chip Screening Module

  • 1. University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  • 2. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

Description

Advances in nanotechnology have resulted in widespread use of nanomaterials (1), bringing with them new and unreported toxicity hazards. There is increasing demand for modern manufacturing techniques which incorporate safety-by-design (SbD) principles.

  • Nanomaterial (NM) production can expose the end user and production workers to toxic media
  • High-throughput, in vitro screening methods are essential for meeting the demands of hazard identification (2, 3)
  • Previous in-vitro methods rely on viability assays with living cells, which take days to cultivate

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Funding

SABYDOMA – Safety BY Design Of nanoMaterials - From Lab Manufacture to Governance and Communication: Progressing Up the TRL Ladder 862296
European Commission