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“Let’s bite into science” with our Organic biogeochemistry group
Between 8 and 18 November 2017, Department of Environmental Sciences organized a training course on Hg analysis and speciation, attended by Kyrgyzstan and South American delegations.
22.11.2017, Union Hotel, Ljubljana: Yaroslav Shylapnikov participated at 3rd Slovenian Science slam organised by the Science onto the Street. He presented short 5 minutes pitch with the title ˝Sources and the fate of mercury˝.
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.
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.