Session: Novel approaches to incorporate in vitro bioassays in risk assessment Title: Size-segregated characteriztion and toxicity of atmospheric particles near a cement plant in Catalonia, Spain. Authors: J Rovira, J Sierra, E Martí, N Roig, M Mari, Nadal M, M Schuhmacher, JL Domingo Room: Exhibition Hall
Session: Environmental biodegradation rates and pathways: Dependence on environmental conditions Title: Climate change effects on PAH photodegradatoins in Mediterranean soils: A pilot study Authors: M Marquès, M Mari, M Schuhmacher, JL Domingo, M Nadal Session: Recent advances and critical future research directions for poly- and perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFASs) Title: Distribution and elimination parameters of PFASs using a physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model Authors: F Fàbrega, V Vikas, M Nadal, E Benfenati, M Schuhmacher, JL Domingo Room:ï»¿ Exhibition Hall
Session: What do we know about the effects of multiple stressors and community responses on aquatic ecosystems? Title: Improving the WFD purposes by the incorporation of ecotoxicity tests and the assessment of pollutants availability. Authors: N Roig, J Sierra, M Nadal, I Moreno-Garrido, E Nieto, M Hampel, JL Domingo, M Schuhmacher, J Blasco Room: Shanghai 3/4 Start Time: 8:35 AM
Rubab Fatima Bangash, ï»¿TecnATox member, will defend her doctoral thesis entitled: "ANALYSIS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON HYDROLOGICAL ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND WATER ALLOCATION IN WATER SCARCE MEDITERRANEAN RIVER BASINS"ï»¿ next Thursday, 3rd April 2014, at 12.00h in Sala de Graus, ETSEQ.ï»¿ï»¿ï»¿ï»¿
Dr. Martí Nadal will participate in the 34th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants -Dioxin 2014- as member of the Scientific Committee. The conference will be held from August 31 to September 5, in Madrid, Spainï»¿
Neuroprobabilistic Integrated Risk Index of Chemical Aquatic Pollution (IRICAP): Case studies in Spanish river basins. F. Fàbrega; V. Kumar, A. Ginebreda, M. Schuhmacher, JL. Domingo M. Nadal Platform presentation; Wednesday, 15th.
An integrated study of metals behaviour in stream ecosystems. N. Roig; J. Sierra; J. Ortiz; G. Merseburger; M. Nadal; M. Schuhmacher; JL. Domingo Platform presentation; Wednesday, 15th.ï»¿
Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modelling of PBDEs in breast milk women living in an e-waste recycling area. F. Fàbrega; V. Kumar, M. Nadal JL. Domingo M. Schuhmacher. Poster, Exhibition Hall; Monday, 13th.
Amendment of soils with compost and pig manure. Effects on soil functioning and human risk assesment. N. Roig; M. Mari; E. Martí; J. Sierra; M. Nadal; C. Ortiz; M. Schuhmacher; JL. Domingo. Poster, Exhibition Hall; Tuesday, 14th.
Classification of freshwater ecosystem functions in Mediterranean river basins. R. F. Bangash, V. Kumar, M. Marquès, M. Sanchez-Canales, F. J. Elorza, V. Acuña, M. Schuhmacher. Poster, Exhibition Hall, Tuesday May 14th, 2013.
Risk assessment of water scarcity in a low flow Mediterranean river basin due to climate chang. M. Marquès; R.F. Bangash; V. Kumar; M. Schuhmacher. Poster, Exhibition Hall, Tuesday May 14th, 2013.
Uncertainty analysis of a Physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) model parameters for PCDD. F. Fàbrega; V. Kumar, M. Nadal JL. Domingo M. Schuhmacher. Poster, Exhibition Hall; Thursday, 16th.
Titlel: Application of ecotoxicological techniques in various environmental matrices. Viability and complementarity.ï»¿ Co-directors: Marta Schuhmacher, Jordi Sierra, Martí Nadal Place: Conference room, ETSEQ On 23 November at 12h
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Professor Jose L. Domingo, Director of TECNATOX has been invited as keynote speaker of the fourth session of the GULBENKIAN SEMINAR SERIEES ON THE FUTURE OF FOOD – HEALTH ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMY, a project of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Portugalï»¿.
The proposed theme for the fourth Seminar is “Food, Fisheries and Environment” and will be held at the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon on 16th October, 2012.Linkï»¿.
The title of the Professor’s Domingo presentation is “Balancing benefits and risks of fish consumption.The role of nutrients and environmental pollutants.”ï»¿ï»¿ï»¿