GRACIOUS involves first class scientists from large companies, government, small and medium enterprises and academia.
In order to streamline the risk assessment process, the main goal of GRACIOUS is to generate a highly innovative science-based Framework to enable practical application of grouping, leading to read-across and classification of nanomaterials/nanoforms.
This year the Venice Nano Training School celebrates its 10th anniversary. The school will feature keynote speeches, hands-on sessions and a dedicated Young Scientist Forum Day (23th March) during which early career researchers (PhD students, PhD candidates and Post-Docs) will have the opportunity to present their work.
Gracious will hold a Stakeholder Workshop at this year's NIA Symposium. Stakeholders can learn more about the latest developments of the framework for grouping nanomaterials for risk assessment, read-across, ask questions, provide feedback and sign up to test the Framework.
GRACIOUS project partners have worked together to create and publish a new project paper covering the GRACIOUS Framework. The new publication provides a detailed overview on the GRACIOUS Framework and how to use it in practice. The publication is free to access for the next 50 days.