The European Nanotechnology Community Informatics Platform: Bridging data and disciplinary gaps for industry and regulators (NanoCommons)

    Project Details

    Description

    Creating a community framework and infrastructure for reproducible science, and in particular in silico workflows for nanomaterials and beyond, by:
    (i) integration and federation of existing NMs characterisation and interaction mechanisms for knowledge, protocols anddata (beyond simple toxicity), along with quality assurance criteria and underpinning ontologies,
    (ii) compilation, development and expert support of computational tools for mechanistic and statistical modelling, read-across, grouping, safe-by-design and life cycle assessment to the broader user community, and benchmarking of their predictive power; and
    (iii) provision of (virtual) access to its KnowledgeBase, modelling toolbox and workflow optimisation and supporting expertise to facilitate commercialisation of nanotechnology-derived products.

    The availability of a nanosafety knowledge infrastructure, that organises data, makes it accessible, integrates computational tools for risk assessment and decision support, enables their validation and facilitates the necessary grouping and such new approaches for NMs will be a critical factor in reducing this cost.
    NanoCommons addresses this gap.
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    AcronymNanoCommons
    StatusActive
    Effective start/end date1/01/1831/12/21

    Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2002

    • 2950 Risk research
    • 2968 Nanotechnology
    • 2947 Information technology
    • 1441 Nanotechnology

    Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2012 (6-digit codes)

    • 210004 Nanomaterials
    • 210006 Nanotechnology
    • 202022 Information technology
    • 211914 Risk research

    Fields of Science and Technology Classification 2012

    • 202 Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Information Engineering
    • 211 Other Technical Sciences
    • 210 Nanotechnology

    Activities

    • 1 Research Stay

    University Collage Dublin

    Robert David Mills-Goodlet (Visiting researcher)

    18 Jan 202025 Jan 2020

    Activity: Research stayResearch Stayon-site