We are happy to inform you that our fellow Matic Bergant received the Krka prize!
Anja Mahne Opatić, ISO-FOOD PhD fellow, received the Best Poster Award for her presentation entitled "A preliminary traceability model for tomato using analysis of stable isotopes, elemental content and chemical markers" at the 5th MS Food DAY, in Bologna, 11-13 October, 2017.
Prof. dr. Borut Smodiš, dr. Radojko Jaćimović, and Lojze Gačnik attended the 7th International k0-Users' workshop, where the newest developments in k0 neutron activation analysis (k0-NAA) and related fields were presented.
The school was organized on 25-27 of September 2017.
BI-MK/17-18-002: Methods for trace elements preseparation and determination in some minerals and other inorganic substances. The Department was visited by three researchers from Macedonia.
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Based on competences of Dr. Lapanje and Dr. Rijavec, the Department is a partner in recently founded project ApPLAuSE (Alien PLAnt SpEcies) - from harmful to useful with citizens' led activities, lead by the City of Ljubljana. The Department tasks are focused in development of microbial technologies to obtain valuable chemical products from the IAPS.
Doris Potočnik and Bor Krajnc attended the workshop “Isoscape summer school” which was held in Fundazione Edmund Mach di San Michele all'Adige iin Italy, from 1st to 4th August, 2017. The main topic of workshop was GIS modelling using the data of stable isotope ratio of light elements.
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.