Current research projects

  • ‘Further development of biotest methods for evaluation of the hazard property ‘ecotoxic’ (HP 14) of waste’ – a project funded by the German Environment Agency (read more)
  • ‘Best chemical risk assessment professionals for maximum ecosystem services benefit’ (PRORISK), a European Training Network funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (read more)
  • ARISTO, the ‘European industry-academia network for revising and advancing the assessment of the soil microbial toxicity of pesticides’ – an international training network funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement (read more)
  • PREMIER, ‘Prioritisation and risk evaluation of medicines in the environment’ – an EU-/IMI-funded project on pharmaceuticals in the environment (read more)
  • MetaSOL, ‘Evaluation of biodiversity via DNA-extraction from soil and organism samples taken at permanent soil monitoring sites’ – a project funded by the German Environment Agency (read more)
  • ‘Development and standardisation of an ecotoxicological test method using fungus gnat larvae for the risk assessment of genetically modified plants’ – a project funded by German Federal Agency for Nature Protection (read more)
  • ‘New developments in the toxicity testing of soil organisms – protecting soil biodiversity’, a project funded by the German Environment Agency (read more)
  • ‘Further development of simple test systems for the evaluation of potential PBT substances: How to bridge the gap between screening tests and complex studies?’ – a project funded by the German Environment Agency (read more)

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