Prof. dr. Radmila Milačič, assist. prof. dr. Tea Zuliani, Janja Vidmar and Gregor Pavec attended the Second Slovenian congress on waters where the importance of the protection of water eco-systems was emphasized and the effectiveness and deficiency of the water management in Slovenia was critically evaluated.
Cocoa products contain elevated Ni concentrations. The role that Ni plays in the flavour of food and its potential impact on human health can be better understood by chemical speciation analysis. Therefore the aim of the work was to investigate the Ni speciation in cocoa infusions.
26th-30th June: RECETOX Research Infrastructure, Regional POPs Centre for Central and Eastern Europe and Research Centre for Toxic Compounds in the Environment (RECETOX), Masaryk University is extending an invitation to attend the international 13th Summer School on Toxic Compounds in the Environment 2017
This tender is open to candidates (M/F) who will complete the VII/2 level of study in chemistry and related sciences by the end of September 2017 and have never previously enrolled in a doctoral study. Application deadline: 15 June 2017
The release of the Special issue in JSS related to 22nd ISEB symposium held in Piran in 2015
Janja Vidmar and Eva Kranjc from the Department of environmental sciences participated the 3rd International conference NANOAPP 2017 which was organised in Bled, Slovenia from 14th – 18th June 2017.
Radmila Milačič, Tea Zuliani and Janja Vidmar attended the celebration that marked the 70th anniversary of the Institute for Biological Research Siniša Stanković (IBISS), University of Belgrade in Serbia.
Jožef Stefan Institute and 11 other European partners will develop new modular educational and training tools in nuclear and radiochemistry. The project is coordinated by the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover and will last 3 years.
"PODOBE ZNANJ" - radio interview
Visit of members of the Department of Biotechnology and Systems Biology at National Institute of Biology
ISO-FOOD Spring School on Food Authentication by Isotope and Elemental Fingerprinting, 4-7 April 2017
The spring school was organized for national stakeholders to get acquainted with the potential of isotope and elemental analyses for determination of authenticity, geographical origin and production practice (conventional vs. organic) of foods of plant and animal origin.
From 27.-31.3. 2017 Marko Štrok attended the IAEA Regional Workshop on Source Montioring in Paks, Hungary. The aim of the workshop was to exchange experience among participants in monitoring of gaseous and liquid discharges from nuclear facilities, hospitals and laboratories. Part of the workshop was also visit to Nuclear Power Plant Paks.