Nanoelectronics relies on multiple semiconductor processes resulting in pattering of macroscopic objects (silicon wafers) at nanoscale level. Advanced technologies developed by semiconductor manufacturers offer unprecedented control of the properties of the finished product in large volumes. The rapid pace of progress in the semiconductor manufacturing dictated by the Moore’s economic law also introduces a variety of novel nano-structured materials having poorly understood hazardous properties.

The NanoStreeM consortium has taken up the challenge in defining  a road map of Safety of nanomaterials in  nanoelectronics where we identify the existing gaps in our knowledge and a number of recommendations for their mitigation.

NanoStreeM – Nanosafety Road – January 2019

Final Review NanoStreeM in Brussels

On 30th Jan NanoStreeM had its final review in Brussels. The meeting was very constructive and successful. We also discussed the research policy implications of the obtained results with the project… Read more »

Governance workshop panels online

We are pleased to inform you that the panel discussions from the Governance workshop are now available online Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3

Final webinar recording available on YouTube

The NanoStreeM project is pleased to announce that the final webinar recording is available now on YouTube: We would like to thank very much the Nanotechnology Industry Association for setting… Read more »

NanoStreeM final dissemination event

The NanoStreeM project will organize a webinar outlining the project achievements on 6th Dec 2018, 15-16:30 CET. Registration is free of charge on Eventbrite:   Experts from the project… Read more »

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