Umeå University, Sweden, is offering a PhD position in environmental chemistry with focus on toxicokinetic modeling.
The Department of Applied Environmental Science at Stockholm University is offering a PostDoc position in Analytical Environmental Chemistry to study bioaccumulation of essential oils in fish.
Mirco Bundschuh shares his experiences after coming back from an interesting visit at a field office of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) as well as the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute (CINVESTAV) in Yucatan, Mexico.
The Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg and the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research jointly offer a PhD position on detection of pharmaceuticals, pesticides and other xenobiotics and their removal from surface waters, located in Leipzig.
The European Commission Journal “Science for Environmental Policy” is reporting on our published paper “Does waterborne exposure explain effects caused by neonicotinoid-contaminated plant material in aquatic systems?”.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 6 is all about his guest lecture in the “Tropical Ecotoxicology” masters program at National University of Costa Rica.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 5 is all about air sampling in a cloud forest to detect persistent pesticides travelling to remote areas.
The Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) is hiring a PostDoc for development of a parallel uncertainty quantification framework to advance high performance scientific computing in water research.
In this series of posts, Carsten Brühl reports about his current trip to Costa Rica. Part 4 is all about his visit of the Laguna de Madre Dios, where researchers sample water and fish to analyse for pesticide residues originating from upstream banana and pineapple plantations.
In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “UV-irradiation and leaching in water reduce the toxicity of imidacloprid-contaminated leaves for the aquatic leaf-shredding amphipod Gammarus fossarum“.