Ever wondered how ethanol inactivates enveloped viruses such as coronaviruses? Using spectroscopy, scattering, electron microscopy and bio-assays, biocolloids demonstrates structural transformation in the virus envelope leading to inactivation. More on webpage .
Mercury is a global pollutant in which methylmercury (MeHg) is the most notorious of all other chemical species. MeHg, after entering the bloodstream, binds to the Sulfhydryl groups (SH- groups) present in the cysteine amino acid (Sulfur-containing amino acid).As a Early-stage researcher (ESR 11-Allwin Mabes Raj) of the GMOS-Train project received training in synthesizing and
Project Global Mercury Observation Training Network in Support to the Minamata Convention (GMOS Train – INT EU)
Within the Project Global Mercury Observation Training Network in Support to the Minamata Convention (GMOS Train – INT EU) starting in January 2020 we invite Early Stage Researchers (ESR) to apply for PhD position (ERS11) at IOS Ltd, Maribor, SloveniaDeadline for application till 30. 4. 2020
1st International Conference Nano4Circularity, on December 4, 2018 in the Hotel Maribor, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY NANOTECHNOLOGIES FOR RECYCLING OF METALS, RARE EARTH ELEMENTS, WATER PLASTICS IN OUR ENVIRONMENT AND HOW TO USE IT FOR NEW PRODUCTS TEXTILE WASTE AS A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR OBTAINING SECONDARY RAW MATERIALS The Styrian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with SRIP-Circular Economy and Institute for Environment and Sensors (IOS Ltd.), organizes
IOS Signment of official partnership agreement as exclusive representative with Company OSMO Membrane Systen GmbH
IOS officially signed a partnership agreement with the company OSMO Membrane System GmbH (www.osmo-membrane.de/en/) as exclusive representative for membranes and membrane technology in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia region.
The objective of the conference is to present the EU defence policy and the landscape of different EU funding opportunities for defence industry and research. The conference will focus on the European Defence Fund, which includes a “research window” to fund collaborative research in innovative defence technologies in the amount of EUR 90 million until 2020 and 500 million EUR per year