In this post, Philipp Uhl talks about his recently published paper “Is Osmia bicornis an adequate regulatory surrogate? Comparing its acute contact sensitivity to Apis mellifera“.Continue reading
From August 1 to October 31, 2019, Landau’s Institute for Environmental Sciences is hosting its “International Online Summer Academy on Spatial Ecotoxicology and Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment – Using an Open Community Approach”.Continue reading
Wageningen University & Research offers the hands-on training course “Using the General Unified Threshold Model of Survival (GUTS) in risk assessment of plant protection products” in Wageningen from October 16-18, 2019.Continue reading
In this post, Ralf B. Schäfer talks about their recently published policy paper in which they suggest a new framework for pesticide authorization that meets the goal of protecting biodiversity.Continue reading
The Laboratory of Environmental Toxicology and Aquatic Ecology at Ghent University is offering a 1-year project on population models to improve ecological risk assessment of nickel.Continue reading
Sebastian Pietz reports about this year’s SETAC YES Meeting (= Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry’s Young Environmental Scientists Meeting), which was held in Ghent, Belgium, from February 5-10, 2019.Continue reading
The Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) in Leipzig is offering two PostDoc positions within the project “CHEMO-RISK – Chemometers as novel tools for an integrative risk assessment framework of mixtures of pollutants”.Continue reading
In this post, Verena Sesin talks about their recent publication “Macrophytes are highly sensitive to the herbicide diquat dibromide in test systems of varying complexity”.
We are hosting our International Online Autumn Academy on Spatial Ecotoxicology and Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment from November 1, 2018, to January 31, 2019.
In this post, Mirco Bundschuh talks about their recent publication “Assessing the effects of field-relevant pesticide mixtures for their compliance with the concentration addition model – an experimental approach with Daphnia magna”.