Case study led by leading global institutions in the respective fields:  Nanomaterials

Q2 2024
  • Landscape, Monitoring and Engagement
    • Widening to public and private sectors & going global
  • Result description

    This case study provides recommendations related to Nanomaterials. Τhe case study will foster development and piloting of interoperability standards and guidelines for increasing FAIRness in the interlinked scientific disciplines (chemical toxicity, nanomaterials toxicity and characterisation, risk assessment, advanced materials, environmental science), and across the different domains. The results will include complete human- and machine-readable nanomaterials data provenance trails that can be implemented in a straightforward way using the distributed FAIRification approach.

    Problem addressed

    The recommendations contained in the CDIF will consider standards in particular domains being used in EOSC, as well as in other regions of the world.

    Who can use the result

    All scientific disciplines for which the standards are relevant.


    The recommendations are expected by the end of the project in mid-2024. A preliminary 12-month progress review was successfully completed by the project in June 2023.

    How to use the result

    The result and relevant reports will be available on project website and WorldFAIR Zenodo community