CUSP has launched a brand-new brochure introducing the research goals and strategies that unite the five projects collaborating within it, as well as each of the projects themselves.

Micro- and nanoplastics (MNPs) pollution is ubiquitous and part of our everyday life, finding its way into our bodies through food, water, air – but we don’t currently know how that affects human health.

The five projects will collaborate in common working groups, and CUSP research results will contribute to the health-relevant aims of the European Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy and the Bioeconomy Strategy, as well as the REACH restrictions on intentionally added MNPs, by providing new evidence for better preventive policies.

Click here to view and download the brochure.