April industry round-up: NIA position paper discusses evolution of language used to refer to nanoscale entities

Written by The Nanomed Zone

Also this month: Nanoform (Helsinki, Finland) and 3D-pritning pharmaceutical company, Aprecia (OH, USA), have announced a collaboration, and various chapters within the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO; Geneva, Switzerland) series of nanotechnology standards have been updated. In this latest instalment of our regular monthly column, we summarize a selection of key nanotechnology-focused industry developments that have taken place over the past month. The news highlights: NIA position paper discusses evolution of language used to refer to nanoscale entities Collaboration to explore nanoparticle-enabled 3D-printing dosage forms ISO’s series of international standards for nanotechnologies updated NIA position paper discusses evolution of language...

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