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You are invited to attend and actively participate (Presentation or Poster) to the 10th BioDetectors Conference 2017. The meeting will bring together scientists involved in the development and application of in vitro effect-based bioanalysis technologies.
AquaNES intends to catalyze innovations in water and waste water treatment processes and management through improved combinations of natural and engineered components. The project focuses on 13 demonstration sites in Europe, India and Israel covering a representative range of regional, climatic, and hydro geological conditions. Among…
FUNGUSCHAIN - 1st press release The project, with a budget of 11 million euros, is co-funded by the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The BBI JU is a new €3.7 billion Public-Private Partnership…
BioDetection Systems is proud to be a partner in the major (30 Million €) H2020-supported collaborative project on toxicological risk assessment: “An Integrated European ‘Flagship’ Program Driving Mechanism-based Toxicity Testing and Risk Assessment for the 21st Century” (EU-ToxRisk). In this project academia joins forces with…
"You are invited to attend and actively participate (Presentation or Poster) to the 9th BioDetectors Conference 2016. The meeting will bring together scientists involved in the development and application of in vitro effect-based bioanalysis technologies" Flyer Registration
"The presence of endocrine disruptors in waterproofing sprays can disrupt our hormonal system. Peter Behnisch, marketing director at BioDetection Systems in Amsterdam, explains the revolutionary technology developed by his lab to test the effects of different chemicals on living cells." http://www.rts.ch/play/tv/a-bon-entendeur/video/sprays-impermeabilisants-quels-effets-nocifs-pour-la-sante?id=6391843