Evaluating the Completeness and Quality of Curated Nanomaterial Data

Evaluating the Completeness and Quality of Curated Nanomaterial Data

In their recent article, Robinson et al., (2016) identify that with the increasing use of nanotechnology, "the curation of nanomaterial data into electronic resources is crucial to [realize] the potential of nanotechnology to deliver benefits to society whilst having acceptable impacts upon human health and the environment".

 

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Examining iENMs and their Impacts on the GI Tract and Health  

Examining iENMs and their Impacts on the GI Tract and Health  

As part of a collaboration to advance knowledge and methods for orally ingested engineered nanomaterials (iENMs), David Julian McClements, along with Harvard School of Public Health professors Glen DeLoid, Georgios Pyrgiotakis, Hang Xiao, and Philip Demokritou, and Vireo Advisor's Jo Anne Shatkin, have published, “The role of the food matrix and gastrointestinal tract in the assessment of biological properties of ingested engineered nanomaterials (iENMs): State of the science and knowledge gaps” in NanoImpact

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