Fraunhofer IME at SETAC Europe 2018

SETAC Europe 28th Annual Meeting “Responible and Innovative Research for Environmental Quality”

13 - 17 May 2017, Rome, Italy

 

 

 

This page is still under progress and presentations are completed day by day. So if an abstract is not available today, please feel free to look again tomorrow ...

 

 

Arijs et al 2018: The aquatic ecotoxicity of a marketed nanosilver product - a direct comparison with ionic silver

Ayobahan et al 2018: Proteomics based screening tool to detect molecular responses following aromatase inhibition

Brüggemann et al 2018: Chronic testing of mayfly and stonefly species – Development of a new approach

Dören et al 2018: How can mesocosm studies increase realism in risk assessment of biocides and veterinary medicines?

Dreyer et al 2018: Jumping out of the frying pan and into the fire? Spatial and temporal trends for PBDE, Dechlorane Plus and alternative flame
retardants in samples of the German environmental specimen bank

Gimeno et al 2018: Evaluation of a tiered approach for the bioaccumulation assessment of a fragrance substance: in silico, in vitro assays, invertebrate vs. in vivo fish bioconcentration test

Hennecke et al 2018: Relevance of photolysis for the fate of pendimethalin in deeper water layers - results of a scale-up approach according to OECD TG 309

Herrchen et al 2018: Matrix to predict possible environmental risk of nanomaterials during use phase

Herrchen et al 2018: Considerations of nanomaterial’s environmental fate to support grouping and environmental risk prediction

Hommen et al 2018: How to consider recovery of aquatic plants in risk assessments?

Hoppe et al 2018: Short- and long-term approaches to determine the fate of silver nanoparticles in soil

Hüben et al 2018: Fate of 14C-labelled Calcium Poly(styrene sulphonate) (CaPSS) Microplastic in waste water treatment at environmentally relevant concentrations

Hund-Rinke et al 2018: Concepts for nanomaterial categories regarding environmental hazard and for prediction of their environmental risk as well as proof of principle

Hund-Rinke et al 2018: Can approaches beyond the traditional ones characterizing the effects on soil microflora provide an added value in the scope of regulation?

Klein et al 2018: TK-TD modelling as additional line of evidence in the risk assessment for aquatic macrophytes: chlorotoluron as a case study

Knopf et al 2018: Determination of background levels of free cyanides in surface waters

Kosfeldt et al 2018: Proposal for a freshwater trophic magnification study based on a comprehensive literature evaluation

Kotthoff et al 2018: PFAS and their precursors in the Environment. First indications from a large scale environmental monitoring study

Kroesen et al 2018: Single Pulse Exposure of Different Life Stages of Zebrafish to the Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator Tamoxifen Citrate

Kühr et al 2018: Investigations on the uptake pathway and accumulation of silver from manufactured silver nanoparticles in the freshwater amphipod Hyalella azteca Presentation Type

Kühr et al 2018: A new test method to determine the bioaccumulation of manufactured nanomaterials in filtering organisms (Bivalvia) using the freshwater mussel Corbicula fluminea

Purchase et al 2018: Global approaches to environmetal exposure-assessment of e-wastes

Radermacher et al 2018: Monitoring of priority substances in German freshwater fish of different age, size and trophic level

Rüdel et al 2018: Consideration of the bioavailability of metals and metal compounds in freshwaters in regulatory frameworks

Schlich et al 2018: Ecotoxicity and fate of Ag and CeO2 nanomaterials in outdoor lysimeter experiments

Schlich et al 2018: Long term effects of three different silver sulfide nanomaterials, silver nitrate and bulk silver sulfide on soil microorganisms and plants

Simon et al 2018: PBT assessment of substances - Proposal of a trigger value for bioaccumulation in terrestrial oligochaetes

Teigeler et al 2018: Repeated pulsed exposure in a partial life cycle test with zebrafish: Keep it realistic!

Teigeler et al 2018: Pulsed exposure of fish at sensitive life stages:  The 'worst case' challenge.

Zeumer et al 2018: Fate and Effect of Wastewater Borne Manufactured Nanomaterials on the Aquatic Food Chain

Poster will be available for download after the conference.