Projects

H2020 Projects

PATROLS NanoSolveIT RISKGONE CompSafeNano Diagonal

ID: 760813
From: 1.01.2018  to 30.06.2021 
Coordinated by: SWANSEA UNIVERSITY
QSAR Lab – member of consortium.

The coordinator of the PATROLS project at QSAR LAB company is PhD Eng Karolina Jagiełło.

PATROLS, a H2020 Project, is setting out to change the way we think about and test engineered nanomaterials to ensure they are safe and fit for purpose.  PATROLS aims to develop an enhanced suite of robust, reproducible and transferable in vitro tests, which will offer improved prediction of the long-term nanomaterial hazard effects in humans and the environment. These next-generation test systems will be fit for purpose to better support regulatory risk decision making and reduce the reliance on animal testing.

PATROLS scientific outputs

PATROLS aims to deliver:

  • 3D tissue models of lung, gastro-intestinal tract and liver for ENM testing to reduce the need for animal tests
  • Novel methods for safety assessment in ecological test systems to better understand the impact of environmental ENM exposure.
  • Robust computational models for ENM exposure and hazard prediction to enhance predictive risk modelling
  • Characterisation of ENMs under realistic exposure conditions to improve relevance of nanosafety testing

More information on the website https://www.patrols-h2020.eu/

The source comes from PATROLS website and social media.

ID: 814572
From: 1.01.2019  do 28.02.2023 
Coordinated by: NOVAMECHANICS LIMITED
QSAR Lab – member of consortium.

The coordinator of the NanoSolveIT project at QSAR LAB company is Anna Rybińska-Fryca.

NanoSolveIT aspires to introduce a groundbreaking in silico Integrated Approach to Testing and Assessment (IATA) of the environmental health and safety of Nanomaterials (NM) that will be implemented through a decision support system packaged as both a stand-alone open software and via a Cloud platform.

NanoSolveIT scientific outputs

NanoSolveIT will develop and deliver:

  • a reliable user friendly knowledge-based infrastructure for data hosting, sharing and exploitation,
  • NM fingerprints, i.e., sets of nanodescriptors and properties that can be predictively linked to NM functionality, exposure and hazard thereby supporting NM grouping, safe-by-design (SbD) and regulatory risk assessment (RA),
  • innovative methodologies for NMs predictive (eco)toxicology underpinned by artificial intelligence (AI) and state-of-the-art in silico techniques,
  • integration with currently developing multi-scale modelling, RA and governance frameworks in EU H2020 funded and in the forthcoming NMBP-13 project(s).

More information on the website: http://www.nanosolveit.eu

The source comes from NanoSolveIT website and social media.

ID: 814425
From: 1.01.2019 to: 28.02.2023.
Coordinated by: NORSK INSTITUTT FOR LUFTFORSKNING STIFTELSE
QSAR Lab – member of consortium.

The coordinator of the RiskGONE project at QSAR LAB company is PhD Eng Anita Sosnowska.

RiskGONE will support the standardization and validation process for ENM by evaluating, optimizing and pre-validating SOPs and TGs and integrating them into a framework for risk governance (RG) of ENMs.

 

The objectives of the RiskGONE project:

  • Establish a science-based nanomaterials safety governance body, in the form of a transparent, self-sustained Risk Governance Council, representing EU Member States and public authorities, scientific experts, civil society and industry
  • Develop a modular risk governance decision-making framework addressing different aspects of governance
  • Produce nano-specific draft guidance documents to support risk governance of nanomaterials

More information on the website: www.riskgone.wp.nilu.no

The source comes from RiskGONE website and social media.

ID: 101008099
From: 1.06.2021 to: 31.05.2025.
Coordinated by: NOVAMECHANICS LIMITED
QSAR Lab – member of consortium.

The CompSafeNano project concerns the development of integrated and universal nanoinformatics models that will be widely used in all kinds of nanoforms (materials, composites) used
and manufactured by manufacturing companies. Integrated nano-IT models will also be used by regulators to assess risks and make the right decisions. The project will also contribute to increasing the competence of scientists in the approach to nanoinformatics.

ID: 953152
From: 1.05.2021 r. to 31.10.2024 r.
Coordinated by: UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS
QSAR Lab – member of consortium.

The coordinator of the DIAGONAL project at QSAR LAB company is PhD Alicja Mikołajczyk.

DIAGONAL project is aimed at development and implementation of safe by design tools and Guidelines for Multicomponent (MCNMs) and Hight Aspect Ratio (HARNs) nanoparticles. DIAGONAL will develop and establish new structure-property-function (SPF) and structure-property-hazard (SPH) relationship to increase understanding of the behavior and safety of MCNMs and HARNs.

National and regional projects:

Nano-QSAR Toolbox Pomeranian Export Broker Expansion of QSAR Lab's services SPEKTRUM Project

Project "Development and implementation of the Nano-QSAR Toolbox platform enabling computer prediction of physicochemical properties, toxicity and ecotoxicity of nanoparticles, TiO2-NP, ZnO and SiO2",

Co-financing: The "Fast Track" competition is carried out under Sub-measure 1.1.1. "Industrial research and development works carried out by enterprises" of the Intelligent Development Operational Program 2014-2020 by the National Center for Research and Development.

The aim of the project is to develop and implement the Nano-QSAR Toolbox platform, enabling computer-based prediction of the physico-chemical properties, toxicity and ecotoxicity of nanoparticles of titanium dioxide, zinc dioxide, and silicon dioxide. in the context of the risk assessment required for the registration of new chemicals before they are placed on the market.

Providing support in the form of a foreign broker service under the project: "Pomeranian Export Broker. A comprehensive export support system in the Pomeranian Voivodeship.

QSAR Lab received support under the above project for two grant agreements:

1.  UDG-PBE.04.2020 / 063
The subject of this agreement is to provide funding for the implementation of the project "Expansion of QSAR Lab sp. Z o. O. Services to foreign markets" in the form of financial support for the participation of SMEs in the fair.

Project start date: 18/12/2020

Project completion date: 30/09/2022

Total project implementation cost: PLN 78,962.92

Co-financing from the European funds budget: PLN 39,377.96

Own contribution: PLN 39,377.96

2. DRP / 51/2020

The subject of this agreement is to provide support in the form of a foreign broker service.

The estimated value of the foreign broker service is PLN 70,000.

As part of the support, the company will receive a study and analysis of the Swedish market, including research on opportunities and assistance in initiating business contacts, as well as support in establishing business relationships by organizing meetings with potential contractors on the Swedish market.

(Regional Operational Program of the Pomeranian Voivodeship for 2014-2020)

Expansion of QSAR Lab's services to foreign markets - application for a grant under the grant project "Pomeranian Export Broker. A comprehensive export support system in the Pomeranian Voivodeship "

(Regional Operational Program of the Pomeranian Voivodeship for 2014-2020)

Grant project "SPEKTRUM. Pomeranian System of Advisory Services"

 

Project implementation date:

Project start date: 01/01/2021

Project completion date: 31/05/2021

 

 The total cost of the Project is PLN 34 160.00, including:

  • total amount from the European funds budget: PLN 32 452.00
  • own contribution: PLN 1 708.00 The aim of the SPEKTRUM

 

The Aim of the Project is to enable enterprises from the SME sector to purchase the necessary development services. Grants are awarded to cover part of the costs of purchasing specialist consulting services.

 

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