In this post, Verena Sesin reports on her participation in the first IIES Graduate Students Forum Asia 2017 themed “Application of Environmental Science in Environmental Remediation” in Hong Kong.
Tag Archives: heavy metal
Using concepts of evolutionary biology to predict the heavy metal toxicity of aquatic invertebrates
In this post Egina Malaj talks about their recently published paper “Evolutionary patterns and physicochemical properties explain macroinvertebrate sensitivity to heavy metals”. Continue reading
A collaborative research mapped human health risks from exposure to trace metal contamination of freshwater resources in Pakistan
In this post, Avit Kumar Bhowmik talks about their recent paper “Mapping human health risks from exposure to trace metal contamination of drinking water sources in Pakistan”.
You are what you eat!
In this post, we talk about our recently published paper “The relative importance of diet-related and waterborne effects of copper for a leaf-shredding invertebrate”. Continue reading
The presence of titanium dioxide nanoparticles modifies copper toxicity
In this post, Ricki Rosenfeldt writes about their recent paper on the modulation of heavy metal toxicity by nanoparticles. Continue reading