NonTarget will address state-of-the-art non-target screening approaches, including analytical technologies for detecting organic contaminants, application to real-world studies, and implementation in risk assessment.
The conference with about participants will be a forum to bring together leading scientists from allied disciplines chemistry, informatics, toxicology along with stakeholders from industry and regulatory bodies to stimulate scientific exchange, identify future research needs and foster practical application of non-target screening. The program will feature a mixed format, with keynote lectures from leaders in the field along with shorter oral and poster presentations from conference participants with special consideration for young researchers. Workshops and working groups will be organized to stimulate intense discussions on the applicability of practical informatics tools as well as to trigger exchange of new and emerging strategies for unknown compound identification that could be continued after the conference.
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Stakeholders from regulation, nongovernmental organisations, industry, water resources management, waste management and science will present lectures and posters. It will include a full range of academic sessions, plenary lectures and poster corners. First announcement.
Topics covered include emerging waterborne pollutants and pathogens, epidemiology, microbiology, toxicology, analytical chemistry, risk assessment, water treatment, water hygiene and public health. Nanomaterials and nanotechnology are promising fields for industrial development of innovative products that achieve higher efficiency due to the tailorable properties of the particles. Among such features, companies working in energy are interested in their increased conductivity, optimization of energy consumption, reduction of weight, and more, while food and medical industries focus on their increased opacity, antibacterial activity and coating of hydrophobic compounds among others.
In this frame, this symposium aims to bring together novel research on application of nanomaterials, green production of nanomaterials, methods for environmental remediation, nano-coatings that reduce the use of toxic chemical agents, nanotrojan effects, and research on methods for recycling and recover of used nanomaterials are also of great interest for this meeting. In summary, we aim to gather researchers working for the sustainable development of environmental friendly nanotechnology that can provide solutions to reduce the carbon footprint of the global economy with developments with industrial applicability in any field.
The scientific focus of the meeting will be on the use of in situ passive samplers for environmental monitoring and risk assessment; the use of passive samplers in regulatory monitoring; and valuable discussions to tackle specific practical applications of these tools.
The Conference will be held in the historic heart of Paris "Cordeliers site". Environmental contamination by pharmaceutical residues is a major concern throughout the world. These contaminants, with other emerging pollutants, are source of great scientific challenges in terms of ecotoxicity, public health, soil pollution, agricultural discharges, and management strategies of drinking water and wastewater. The overall objective of the Conference is to synthesize the most recent data in order to identify, measure and manage environmental and health risks arising from human and veterinary pharmaceutical residues in the environment.
The book then demonstrates how these advances can be used to design and perform assays to discover the toxicological endpoints of emerging risks within the aquatic environment, such as nanomaterials, personal care products, PFOS and chemical mixtures.
The text is an invaluable reference for any scientist who studies the effects of contaminants on organisms that live within aquatic environments. McGeer Introduction 78 1 4. Patrice Gonzalez Fabien Pierron 8.
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