Project name: “NanoCommons: The European Nanotechnology Community Informatics Platform: Bridging data and disciplinary gaps for industry and regulators”
The project is funded within the European Union’s HORIZON 2020 EU research and innovation programme. Grant Agreement Nr. 731032.
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Project duration: 2018-01-01 until 2021-12-31 (48 months)

Estimated project cost: 5.586.000,46 €

Requested EU contribution: 5.400.000 €

Coordinator: The University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)
The partners in the project come from academia, industries and organisations in 7 European countries and USA and are experts in their fields, covering nanosafety assessment, nanoregulation, nanoinformatics, nanomedicine, nanomaterials and emerging materials research.
Role of BioNanoNet within the project:
  • Expand and develop the community interaction.
  • Bring into the project knowledge from fundamental research and commercialisation to end of life data.
  • Contribute with the set-up of a sustainable long-term infrastructure for the nano-safety community