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Nanomaterials in Food and Beverage – Opportunities and Challenges

Holiday Inn Sydney Airport, Sydney, Australia
10/11/2016
9:30 am – 4:00 pm

OBJECTIVES

This symposium aimed to:
1. To understand the use of nanomaterials in food and beverage
2. To understand the risk assessment process for nanomaterials
3. To understand regulatory challenges with nanomaterials
4. To understand the communication challenges with nanomaterials
5. To identify gaps in knowledge about nanomaterials in food and beverages
6. To identify the challenges and opportunities in bringing nanomaterials into the food & beverage supply

ORGANIZER

ILSI SEA Region Australasia

PROGRAM

The program is available here.

SUMMARY REPORT

The summary report is available HERE.

PRESENTATIONS

Nanomaterials – What are They and Why Use Them
Dr. Maxine McCal, CSIRO, Australia
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Risk Assessment for Nanomaterials – What is Needed
Prof. Paul Brent, University of Laval, Canada
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Risk Management for Nanomaterials – What is Needed
Mr. Dean Stockwell, Dean Stockwell Consulting, Australia
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Physiology and Toxicology of Nanomaterials
Dr. Andrew Bartholomaeus, University of Queensland & University of Canberra, Australia
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Engaging with the Public about Nanomaterials in the Food Chain
Dr. Wendy Russell, Australian Centre for Public Awareness of Science, Australia
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Regulation of Nanotechnologies in Food in Australia and New Zealand
Dr. Nick Fletcher, FSANZ, Australia
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From IBR to GISS – Developing and Commercialising In Vitro Tools for Nanomaterial Safety and Efficacy Testing
Dr. Bryce Feltis, Baxter Laboratories, Australia
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Sorting the Wheat from the Chaff When Talking about Nanotechnology
Ms. Lorraine Haase, FSANZ (formerly), Australia
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