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New initiative to pool know-how on synthetic nanomaterials in Switzerland

Hönggerberg, June 7, 2018 – At the Swiss Nano Convention 2018, taking place at ETH Zurich this week, a new initiative designed to assist the transfer from invention to innovation has been revealed. contactpointnano.ch, an independent, national platform will pool the scientific and regulatory knowledge and expertise on the safe handling of synthetic nanomaterials available in Switzerland – from production to use and disposal – convey it to companies (start-ups, SMEs, and established firms).

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