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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008The European Chemicals Bureau: an Overview of 15 Years Experience in EU Chemicals LegislationEISENREICH STEVEN; ALLANOU REMI; ASCHBERGER KARIN; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; BERGGREN KATARINA; COLE THOMAS; CHRISTENSEN FRANS; LANGEZAAL INGRID; MACCHI CHIARA; NORDENHALL KERSTIN, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011European Experience in Chemicals Management: Integrating Science into PolicyCHRISTENSEN Frans; EISENREICH Steven; RASMUSSEN Kirsten; RIEGO SINTES Juan; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN Birgit; VAN DE PLASSCHE ErikArticles in Journals
2012Regulation: Safety-test initiatives for nanomaterialsRIEGO SINTES JuanArticles in Journals
2012Safety Issues and Regulatory Challenges of NanomaterialsRIEGO SINTES Juan; BLAZQUEZ Maria; MOYA Sergio; VAZQUEZ SocorroEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Science policy considerations for responsible nanotechnology decisionsMORRIS Jeff; WILLIS Jim; DE MARTINIS Domenico; HANSEN Bjorn; LAURSEN Henrik; RIEGO SINTES Juan; KEARNS Peter; GONZALEZ MarArticles in Journals
2013Some EU Regulatory Aspects of Nanomaterials SafetyRIEGO SINTES JuanContributions to Conferences
2005A Strategy to Reduce the Use of Fish in Acute Ecotoxicity Testing of New Chemichals Substances Notified in the European UnionJERAM Sonja; RIEGO SINTES JUAN; HALDER MARIA; BARAIBAR FENTANES JOAQUIN; SOKULL-KLUETTGEN BIRGIT; HUTCHINSON TomArticles in Journals
2014Towards a review of the EC Recommendation for a definition of the term "nanomaterial"; Part 1: Compilation of information concerning the experience with the definitionRAUSCHER Hubert; ROEBBEN Gert; AMENTA VALERIA; BOIX SANFELIU Ana; CALZOLAI LUIGI; EMONS Hendrik; GAILLARD CLAIRE; GIBSON Peter; LINSINGER Thomas; MECH AGNIESZKA, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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