Nanoparticles make their way into a broad range of products and help to optimise everyday life, but the tiny particles can also end up taking their toll on our health. Within the project consortium, CheckNano supported by Interreg5a, we will test products for possible harmful particles.

CAPA a promising method to detect nanoparticles in a food matrix

Prince Gupta visited the Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, for training and hand-on experience on capillary force assisted nanoparticle self-assembly […]

CPHNANO is a new cooperation partner for CheckNano

CPHNANO is a new cooperation partner of CheckNano. The company in Lyngby develops new ways to execute simple laboratory experiments […]

Responsible Research and Innovation – a journey to co-creation

Co-creation is a way to help innovations that society needs. It is foreseeable that coming EU funding programmes will focus more on this topic after having focused on company participation in the development process.