The PATROLS project has held its final public meeting to present its results to all stakeholders and show how much the project has achieved over the last 42 months.
EU today article on PATROLS Conference: “A new toolbox for citizens’ protection: Implementing science into EU policy”
A high level conference has heard about the work being undertaken by two pioneering EU funded projects whose aim is partly to find innovative alternatives to animal testing.
NanoTox 2021 - a virtual success showcasing the latest research and development in nanosafety research
The nanosafety community met virtually for their 10th International Conference on Nanotoxicology - Nanotox between 20th to 22nd April 2021.
PATROLS held succesful workshop on advances in nanomaterial human and environmental hazard assessment methods
As one of its final dissemination activities, PATROLS held a stakeholder workshop to showcase the tools and advanced methods that have been developed within the project.
PATROLS has been working on factsheets to illustrate the work done in the project. Please find our published factsheets below:
Adolphe Merkle Institute alum Hana Barosova has been awarded the 2020 Faculty Prize for best doctoral thesis in life sciences at the University of Fribourg.
The PATROLS project celebrates the International Day of Women in Science with a look at the scientists that drive the project.
PATROLS launches a new webinar series dedicated to its Early Career Researchers and their work
PATROLS took part in NanoSafety Cluster Training Day @ NanoSAFE Digital Conference on 23 November 2020.
Researchers can now buy a first-of-its-kind human cell-based alveolar model to study the effects of chemicals and other substances on the deepest part of the lungs without forcing animals to inhale them.