“Mercury concentrations in biota in the Mediterranean Sea, a compilation of 40 years of surveys”. The data base includes a total of 24,465 records from 539 sources and included in Mercury in Mediterranean Biota (M2B).
Dr. Tomaž Rijavec and doc. dr. Aleš Lapanje of the Department of Environmental Sciences (O2) have developed a special concept of surface treatment for the inhibition of biologically mediated corrosion.
The research performed by Janja Vrzel and co-authors was selected as a Cover story in Water
Kick-off of a new project
15 ESR positions of H2020 Marie-Curie ITN GMOS-Train Project are open to train a new generation of environmental scientists who will work on research topics of great global importance.
New paper on U isotope analysis in the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
Jožef Stefan Institute and 50 other European partners will jointly tackle open issues on safe disposal of radioactive waste within the framework of the European Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management. The project is coordinated by ANDRA and will last 5 years.
Milena Horvat and "Cup of Science"
The Department of Environmental Sciences at the Jožef Stefan Institute is seeking for outstanding, highly motivated candidate interested in pursuing PhD research in the framework of the Horizon 2020 European Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management.
Advances in Isotopic and Other Techniques in Food Safety and Quality - Call for Papers
TV show “UGRIZNIMO ZNANOST” (let’s bite into science) presented “vanilla the queen of the spices”, its natural and artificial aroma and methods to distinguish between them with the help of the isotopic techniques. Prof. Dr. Nives Ogrinc and Lidija Strojnik presented the isotopic part which is performed at our department. The show was broadcasted on 9th of May 2019 at the national Slovenian TV station: RTV SLO1
GMOS-Train (Global Mercury Observation and Training network in support to the Minamata Convention) accepted for funding!