#EnvChem2020: Chemistry of the Whole Environment Research (online)

10 July 2020 10:00-17:00, United Kingdom

#EnvChem2020 provides a forum for early career and established researchers working in environmental chemistry and ecotoxicology to share their latest research findings.
This meeting, jointly organised between the RSC Environmental Chemistry Group and the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry previously planned to take place in York will be hosted online and will comprise a programme of presentations from delegates who submit abstracts in the following themes:
  • Environmental Processes in Soil, Water and Air
  • Emerging Contaminants
  • Novel techniques
  • Atmospheric Chemistry
  • Ecotoxicology 
Registration is free of charge, but delegates must register by 3rd July to participate. To register, click 'book now' at the top of this page.

Nadine Borduas-Dedekind
: Reactive oxygen species (ROS), including singlet oxygen, production within irradiated aqueous organic aerosols
Ayushi Priyam: Investigation for ecosafety and transformation of potential Phosphorus based nanofertilizers by using Caenorhabditis elegans as a terrestrial model
Jamie Harrower: Monitoring antibiotics in urban river environments using in-situ calibrated Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Samplers (POCIS), grab sampling and analysis by SPE-LC-MS/MS
Oluseun Olubode: Allelopatic effects of Celosia trigyna L. on germination and growth of three widely cultivated African indigenous vegetables in Ibadan, southwest Nigeria
Alexandra Richardson: Using LC-MS, passive sampling and predictive modelling to understand the occurrence and environmental impact of contaminants in a London urban river system
Aoife Quinlivan: Preventing the Rising Tide of AMR: Utilising Water Stable MOFs to Remove Antibiotics from Wastewater
Jize Jiang: Developing a climate-dependent model of ammonia emissions from agriculture
Alberto Celma: The combination of bioanalyses with ion mobility-high resolution mass spectrometry for an enhanced environmental screening
Qingzhe Zhang: Broadband solar harvesting via plasmonic and heterojunction nanostructures for environmental and energy applications

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