European Commission takes steps towards nanotech standards mandate
This article was originally published in Clinica
The European Commission is taking steps to develop a "programming mandate" for standards needed in the areas of nanotechnology and nanoscience, including nanomedtech products. This is a first step in surveying the field to establish exactly what kind of issues need to be addressed and what types of standards are needed.
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