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Nanotechnology law, best practices, Lorna Brazell

Nanotechnology law, best practices, Lorna Brazell
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-258) and index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Nanotechnology law
Nature of contents
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Responsibility statement
Lorna Brazell
Sub title
best practices
"Nanomaterials are already a commercial reality; the regulatory debate centres on the question of how to maximize the benefits they may offer while also limiting the risk from unforeseen hazards. This book clearly and comprehensively describes the range of issues relating to the legal framework and practicalities for commercial exploitation of nanotechnologies, and as such will prove of great value and importance to corporate counsel in many manufacturing sectors as well as to regulators and policy makers in environmental and trade law"--Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Nanotechnology in the twenty-first century -- Exploitation of nanotechnology -- Nanotechnology in unregulated sectors -- Regulatory approaches -- International initiatives -- Regulation in Europe -- Beyond Europe : an overview -- Appendix I. EU NanoCode -- Appendix II. Precautionary matrix for synthetic nanomaterials -- Appendix III. Final version of classification, labelling and packaging of nanomaterials in REACH and CLP -- Appendix IV. Commission recommendation on the definition of nanomaterial
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