PRIMA Québec and NanoCanada are please to announce the launch of the National Committee on Health and Safety for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. This initiative will provide an integrated learning and implementation platform that will support the best health and safety practices for research and product development environments. Responsible design, production, and recycling of products using advanced materials and nanotechnology is necessary to support industry and drive Canadian innovation. This initiative will bring together government researchers and regulators, industrial experts, as well as university researchers in building a safer environment for Canadians and a strong network to support Canadian industry.

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