Each year, several students of the Environmental Pollution Management (Ecotoxicology) Program complete an 8-week internship, the so-called “AMEO”. The AMEO is performed either at an external university, governmental or industrial research institute where students learn to apply the competences achieved during their study. Students also use this opportunity to travel and explore Germany. In this blogpost, Erika Juliana Perez Manosalva shares her AMEO experience in Bayer AG Crop Science, Frankfurt am Main.Continue reading
Update 02.03.2022 – Here is a link to a new video of the study on insects contaminated with a mix of pesticides in nature reserves.
In this blog post Carsten Brühl explains the background and findings of their paper on pesticide residues measured on insect samples from nature conservation areas in Germany published in Scientific reports.Continue reading
Meet our new Senior Editor and Social Media Manager, M. Sandhya. She is pursuing her Master’s in Ecotoxicology and currently involved in her internship at the Julius-Kühn Institute (Siebeldingen).Continue reading
Our Institute for Environmental Sciences at the Campus Landau/Pfalz is hiring a scientist to analyse the distribution of pesticides in terrestrial ecosystems.Read more
The Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) is hiring a director for its Swiss Centre for Applied Ecotoxicology (Ecotox Centre).
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.
In this post, Simon Lüderwald talks about their recently accepted literature review “Nanoparticles in the environment – where do we come from, where do we go to?”.
The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) is hiring a professor in aquatic and terrestrial Ecotoxicology located at their School of Life Sciences in Muttenz, Switzerland.
In this post, the team „Community Ecology & Ecotoxicology” advertises a new Master thesis.