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  • n. Plural form of nanoproduct.


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  • On September 8, the FDA is holding a public meeting to gather comments from people that will help the agency develop guidelines about nanoproducts for the FDA Nanotechnology Task Force

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  • According to the University of Massachusetts 'Nanomanufacturing Center, nanoproducts are likely to fuel the next economic boom by making products more useful, cost effective, and durable through the incorporation of nanoelements that are biocompatible, low-cost, and environmentally benign.

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  • The committee called for the Food Standards-Agency to compile a database of nanoproducts that can be accessed by the public.

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  • EFSA's scientific committee concluded that established international approaches to risk assessment can also be applied to engineered nanomaterials, but says a lack of validated test methodologies could make risk assessment of specific nanoproducts "very difficult and subject to a high degree of uncertainty".

    Nano Tech Wire

  • More than 1,000 nanoproducts are already on the market, ranging from more efficient solar panels and scratch-resistant automobile paint to souped-up golf clubs.

  • The article titled "A Practical Guide to Reduce Product Liability Risk for Nanotechnology" might be thought of as the sequel to Ronald C. Wernette's January 15, 2009 TLR discussion - "The Dawn of the Age of Nanotorts" - of the many potential tort theories in the wings for nanoproducts.

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  • There is no international regulation of nanoproducts or nanotechnology or any internationally agreed definitions of nanotechnology, no internationally agreed protocols for toxicity testing or evaluating the environmental impacts of nanoparticles.

  • Use of consumer nanoproducts, such as sunscreen with zinc oxide or bed sheets and socks containing silver nanoparticles, all have the potential to release metals into the environment.


  • "Has industry good enough tests to ensure that the nanoproducts that it release in the market are good enough?"


  • The problem is you're left with a mixed bag of nanoproducts with no efficient way to filter what you want.

    The Daily Galaxy: Great Discoveries Channel


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