SPI participated in the Special Scientific Coordination Meeting of the NANORIGO project
The NANORIGO project (https://nanorigo.eu/) is funded by the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Actions and aimed to develop and implement a transparent, transdisciplinary Nanotechnology Risk Governance Framework and a related Risk Governance Council. The NANORIGO consortium, composed of 28 partners, worked directly with two other projects addressing the same issue, both also funded under the NMBP-13-2018 call (RiskGONE and Gov4Nano).
SPI attended the Special Scientific Coordination Meeting on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd February, organised by Rudolf Reuther (ENAS), scientific coordinator of NANORIGO, at the beautiful location of Burg Windeck Castle, in the heart of Germany’s Black Forest. It was an opportunity to examine the results, deliverables and main outcomes of NANORIGO and the NMBP-13 initiative and how project partners can optimize and maximize impact. José Santos attended the meeting on behalf of SPI, contributing with its perspective on how the project has been developed.
It was an amazing experience for us having the possibility to contribute for the project and at the same time to learn from so many nanotechnology experts. Now that NANORIGO’s final curtain is coming down, we look forward for the next steps in this field.