In the first two days of Reykjavik meetings, we participated in the "InChIKey for Nano" workshop, organized jointly between the RiskGONE, NanoSolveIT and NanoCommons projects. The workshop was about developing new and unique identifiers for nanomaterials that will be used for both science and regulatory purposes.
General Assembly of the NanoSolveIT project took place on Tuesday (04.02). During the meeting, partners discussed first-year activities, shared ideas and set up goals for the next year. Tomasz Puzyn, QSAR Lab CEO, summarized work and milestones that have been achieved so far in the 5th Work Package of the project, which we are very proud to lead.
In the following days, took place a joint meeting of all of the projects - NanoSolveIT, RiskGONE Project, and NanoCommons. The purpose of the joint meeting was to strengthen the collaboration and efforts done so far in the three projects.
Last day, RiskGone project partners met to summarize past activities and plan upcoming.
We are extremely proud to be a part of the community focused on risk assessment and governance of nanomaterials.