NanoSafety2 kick-off workshop

Discover the future of nanosafety research at Örebro University's NanoSafety2 project, bridging academia and industry in advancing health and safety in additive manufacturing.

In a picturesque setting at Östra Mark, Örebro University, the NanoSafety2 project was officially kicked off during a two-day workshop held from October 31 to November 1, 2023. The event, marked by a packed program and attended by a diverse group of academic and industrial partners, was an excellent occasion to both conclude NanoSafety1 and set the stage for the NanoSafety2 project.

One of the distinctive features of the workshop was the active involvement of both academic and industrial partners. This collaboration reflects the project's commitment to bridging the gap between research and practical applications, ensuring that the outcomes of the NanoSafety2 project will have real-world implications.

With NanoSafety1 as a solid foundation, the workshop was instrumental in setting detailed plans and objectives for the NanoSafety2 project. This ambitious undertaking aims to build on the achievements of its predecessor, pushing the boundaries of nanosafety research even further and addressing emerging health and safety challenges in the field of additive manufacturing.

The attendees were given the opportunity to listen to a lecture on the concepts of immunonanosafety presented by Prof. Diana Boraschi, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 

People who are making presentations

The NanoSafety2 workshop featured a series of interesting presentations delivered by both academic and industrial partners. 1 – Lena Andersson, AMM Region Örebro län; 2 – Alexander Persson, Örebro University; 3 – Maxime Legrand, AMEXCI AB; 4 – Mikael Ramström, Acoem AB; 5 – Mikael Berntzen, Siemens Energy AB; 6 – Jörgen Östling, PExA AB; 7 – Alexander Hedbrant, Örebro University; 8 – Magnus Engwall, Örebro University.