Prof. Qasim Chaudhry
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Applications and implications of nanotechnologies for the food sector
Q Chaudhry, M Scotter, J Blackburn, B Ross, A Boxall, L Castle, R Aitken, ...
Food additives and contaminants 25 (3), 241-258, 2008
Manufacture and use of nanomaterials: current status in the UK and global trends
RJ Aitken, MQ Chaudhry, ABA Boxall, M Hull
Occupational medicine 56 (5), 300-306, 2006
Utilising the synergy between plants and rhizosphere microorganisms to enhance breakdown of organic pollutants in the environment (15 pp)
Q Chaudhry, M Blom-Zandstra, SK Gupta, E Joner
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 12 (1), 34-48, 2005
Phosphine resistance in stored-product insects collected from various grain storage facilities in Morocco
H Benhalima, MQ Chaudhry, KA Mills, NR Price
Journal of Stored Products Research 40 (3), 241-249, 2004
Considerations for environmental fate and ecotoxicity testing to support environmental risk assessments for engineered nanoparticles
K Tiede, M Hassellöv, E Breitbarth, Q Chaudhry, ABA Boxall
Journal of chromatography A 1216 (3), 503-509, 2009
Food applications of nanotechnologies: an overview of opportunities and challenges for developing countries
Q Chaudhry, L Castle
Trends in Food Science & Technology 22 (11), 595-603, 2011
Current and future predicted environmental exposure to engineered nanoparticles
ABA Boxall, Q Chaudhry, C Sinclair, A Jones, R Aitken, B Jefferson, ...
Central Science Laboratory, Department of the Environment and Rural Affairs …, 2007
Engineered nanomaterials in soils and water: how do they behave and could they pose a risk to human health?
ABA Boxall, K Tiede, Q Chaudhry
Future Medicine Ltd 2 (6), 919-927, 2007
A complementary definition of nanomaterial
WG Kreyling, M Semmler-Behnke, Q Chaudhry
Nano today 5 (3), 165-168, 2010
Applications of nanomaterials in food packaging with a consideration of opportunities for developing countries
EL Bradley, L Castle, Q Chaudhry
Trends in food science & technology 22 (11), 604-610, 2011
A comparison of nanoparticle and fine particle uptake by Daphnia magna
P Rosenkranz, Q Chaudhry, V Stone, TF Fernandes
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 28 (10 …, 2009
Guidance on risk assessment of the application of nanoscience and nanotechnologies in the food and feed chain: Part 1, human and animal health
EFSA Scientific Committee, A Hardy, D Benford, T Halldorsson, MJ Jeger, ...
EFSA journal 16 (7), e05327, 2018
The importance of life cycle concepts for the development of safe nanoproducts
C Som, M Berges, Q Chaudhry, M Dusinska, TF Fernandes, SI Olsen, ...
Toxicology 269 (2-3), 160-169, 2010
Review A Review of the Mechanisms Involved in the Action of Phosphine as an Insecticide and Phosphine Resistance in Stored‐Product Insects
MQ Chaudhry
Pesticide Science 49 (3), 213-228, 1997
Nanopesticides: guiding principles for regulatory evaluation of environmental risks
RS Kookana, ABA Boxall, PT Reeves, R Ashauer, S Beulke, Q Chaudhry, ...
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62 (19), 4227-4240, 2014
Migration of engineered nanoparticles from polymer packaging to food – a physicochemical view
P Šimon, Q Chaudhry, D Bakoš
Journal of Food and Nutrition Research 47 (3), 105-113, 2008
A review of the properties and processes determining the fate of engineered nanomaterials in the aquatic environment
WJGM Peijnenburg, M Baalousha, J Chen, Q Chaudry, F Von der kammer, ...
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 45 (19), 2084-2134, 2015
Guidance on the use of the weight of evidence approach in scientific assessments
EFSA Scientific Committee, A Hardy, D Benford, T Halldorsson, MJ Jeger, ...
Efsa Journal 15 (8), e04971, 2017
Phosphine resistance
MQ Chaudhry
Pesticide outlook 11 (3), 88-91, 2000
Scientific Opinion on the hazard assessment of endocrine disruptors: scientific criteria for identification of endocrine disruptors and appropriateness of existing test methods …
EFSA Scientific Committee
EFSA Journal 11 (3), 3132, 2013
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