Congratulations to dr. Marta Jagodic and dr. Doris Potočnik, our employees, who recently became the doctors of science.
The Department of Environmental Sciences at the Jožef Stefan Institute is seeking for an outstanding, highly motivated candidate interested in pursuing Ph.D. research in the framework of the BIOTRISEP project on the Cost-efficient separation of tritium from the water with bio-based systems.
Tritium is an important tracer in hydrological sciences and a prerequisite for its applications is to know the spatial and temporal changes of tritium activity in precipitation.
Water invites authors to provide innovative original full articles, critical reviews and timely short communications and to propose special issues devoted to new technological and scientific domains and to interdisciplinary approaches of the water cycles.
The programme encourages young women to pursue a career in nuclear science and technology, nuclear safety and security.
Not all bottled water is equal, neither in its elemental, nor in its isotope composition. We determined where the bottled water we drink originates from and does it really comply with all the standards put in place.
This first estimation of glyphosate and its metabolit AMPA exposure in Slovenian population showed much lower levels when compared to those reported in similar studies worldwide.
Dietary habits of Slovenian inland and coastal primiparous on fatty acid composition of milk samples
Fatty acid (FA) composition of mature human milk samples from an inland and a coastal area in Slovenia were investigated.
"We have found that due to poor intersectoral coordination and weak associations between available environmental and health indicators, no clear evidence could be established that the child and adolescent policy contributed to positive changes in child and adolescent health from 2012 to 2019."
On November 9th the digital event will be organized to present and review scientific breakthroughs of the world's most demanding challenges.
The Department of Environmental Sciences importantly contributes towards assessments of the radiological impact of the Krško NPP by provision of state-of-the-art accredited analytical services for the determination of tritium, C-14 and Sr-90 in different sample matrices from the environment and Krško NPP effluents.