Exhibition of Agnes Meyer-Brandis: ‘Tree ID’
At the RAFA 2022, 10th International Symposium on RECENT ADVANCES IN FOOD ANALYSIS, Lidija Strojnik won the prize for the poster entitled: Tracing the geographical origin of fruits and vegetables; the Slovenian model.
FishEUTrust: European integration of new technologies and socio-economic solutions for increasing consumer trust and engagement in seafood products
The Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia has authorised the Jožef Stefan Institute for a further 6 years to carry out operational monitoring, namely to assess the total ambient air load in the area of evaluation of the mercury parameter.
On Friday, 22 July 2022, the Ecological Laboratory with a Mobile Unit (ELME) presented itself at the Firefighting Olympiad, which took place in Celje from 17 to 24 July 2022.
Dr. Aleš Lapanje, Dr. Tomaž Rijavec, Maja Zugan, and Dmitrii Deev as members of the Laboratory for colloid biology, participated in the FEMS Conference on Microbiology, which took place from 30th June to 2nd July 2022 in Belgrade, Serbia.
On 16. 7. 2022 severe forest wildfires started in the Kras area on the border between Slovenia and Italy. As it is the place of Soča frontline during the first world war there are still a lot of explosives from that time. Within ELME (Ecological Laboratory with Mobile Unit, Civil Protection of RS) dr. Jože Kotnik performed air quality measurements, including mercury, in areas where fires were most intensive.
In an interesting interview, our former colleague Johanna said what she is doing now and many interesting things about herself and life in Slovenia.
Stable water isotopes can help improve the understanding of freshwater resources. They can be used to better evaluate and map pathways of the domestic water supply system, even its interaction with different water bodies.
SLONIP - the Slovenian Network of Isotopes in Precipitation, a research platform comprising isotope data and respective data visualization and analyzing tools is presented.
At the ISSS 2022, 26th International Symposium on Separation Sciences, Taja Verovšek won the prize for the best lecture among young researchers
Volcanoes with accompanying phenomena are main natural source of Hg in the atmosphere that contribute several hundred tonnes of Hg on yearly basis. Within the collaboration with Istituto Nazionale Geofisica e Vulcanologia from Palermo (INGV), Italy, and CNRS, Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography from Marseille (MIO), France, in the last week of May, Asst. Prof. Dr. Jože Kotnik performed measurements of Hg in atmosphere on several locations around active volcano Stromboli over marine surface as well on nearby island Panarea.