The NANOMET project run by the OECD joined NanoHarmony for its 3rd annual workshop. During the 2 half-day workshop, participants had the opportunity to hear updates from some of the OECD Test Guidelines being developed within NanoHarmony and related projects.
Two roundtables were also held to examine the development of Test Guidelines within OECD and transferring the lessons learned from nanomaterials to the next generation of advanced materials.The workshop was an opportunity for participants to share their experiences and expertise on developing OECD Test Guidelines with NanoHarmony and NANOMET to help develop best practice for the future.
The workshop had over 220 registrations with around 100 people tuning in each day.
You can watch the recording of the workshop on YouTube. As well, you can find below the detailed agenda with links to the presentations slides when available.
Day 1 Tuesday, 29 November 2022
Introduction to the workshop and background to OECD Test Guideline developments, Thomas Kuhlbusch (BAuA)
Updating the OECD Test Guidelines for nanomaterials
- Towards a nanoparticle Certified Reference Material, Rob Clough (University of Plymouth)
- Stirred batch reactor dissolution rates and solubility limits of NMs in pure water, gambles solution and phagolysosomal fluids, Keld Alstrup Jensen (NRCWE)
- Towards Test Guidelines in the Gov4Nano project, Eric Bleeker (RIVM)
Roundtable: OECD Test Guidelines and stakeholder involvement
- Chair: Thomas Kuhlbusch (BAuA)
- Mar Gonzalez (OECD)
- Anne Gourmelon (OECD)
- Tim Singer (Canadian National Coordinator to WNT)
- Susanne Walter-Rohde (German National Coordinator to WNT)
- Michael Oelgeschläger (Chair WNT)
Round-up of Day 1, Elisabeth Heunisch (BAuA)
Day 2 Wednesday 30 November 2022
- Background to OECD Test Guideline developments, Mar Gonzalez (OECD)
- Update from the RiskGone Project Test Guideline Development, Iseult Lynch (University of Birmingham)
- The Malta Initiative: Achievements so far and future steps, Anke Jesse (BMU and Chair of the Malta Initiative Board)
- Developments or revisions of OECD TGs and GDs applicable for NMs – a status report from NanoHarmony and NANOMET and Standardisation Roadmap from Gov4Nano, Elisabeth Heunisch (BAuA)
- Update on the new gap filling experiment data on digestibility assays and preliminary data from earthworm studies on TiO2, Richard Handy (University of Plymouth)
Advanced Materials- exploiting the lessons learned from nanomaterials
- Advanced Materials in the EU- The Advanced Materials 2030 Initiative, Lars Montelius (Co-chair AMI Steering Board)
- Advanced Materials- defining the scope at ISO, Denis Koltsov (Chair of ISO TC229 (Nanotechnologies)
- Advanced Materials- what is happening at the OECD, Kathrin Schwirn (UBA)
- Advanced Materials- approaches from metrology, Harald Bosse (PTB)
Discussion on learning lessons from nano in next generation advanced materials, All speakers
Workshop round-up, conclusions & outlook, Elisabeth Heunisch (BAuA)