April 14th - 16th 2010

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April 20th 2010 Both poster and platform presenters are invited to publish in Jornal of Toxicology and Environmental Health's special issue. Please read JTEH's Instruction for Authors and note the deadline May 1st, 2010. Articles should be sent on email to nets2010@uib.no

April 13th 2010 It is no longer possible to sign up for the symposium dinner at Cornelius

March 29th 2010 NETS2010 has received 61 abstracts for presentations. 31 are accepted for platform presentation and 30 for poster presentation.

March 29th 2010 8 students (master and PhD) applied for travel awards and each was rewarded 2000 NOK

March 29th 2010 Abstracts for posters are not accepted anymore

March 16th 2010 Heli Routti from Norwegian Polar Institute will give the lecure in "Arctic Ecotoxicology - an overview"

March 3rd 2010 Deadline for publication in the special issue of Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health is May 1st 2010

March 2nd 2010 the registration fee for the symposium has now increased to 2000 NOK for participants. Abstracts for posters will still be acceptet.

January 15th 2010 Master and PhD students can apply for travel awards. More information here. Title of the student symposium has been changed to "Nanotechnology and the Environment"

January 13th 2010 Claire Coutris, PhD student at Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB) is participating at the Student Symposium. Tentative title is "Terrerstrial ecotoxicology of engineered nanoparticles"

January 12th 2010 Richard Owen's lecture is titled "Nanotechnology and the Environment: Decisions under Uncertainty". His lecture for the Student Symposium is titled "Managing Environmental Risk Uncertainties for Nanomaterials"

January 11th 2010 Julia Farkas, PhD student at Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), is participating at the Student Symposium. Tentative title is "In vitro toxicity of manufactured nanomaterials"

January 8th 2010 Eivnd Farmen, researcher in ecotoxicology at Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), is participating at the Student Symposium. Tentative title is "Toxicity of engeneered nanoparticles to fish in in vivo experiments"

December 18th 2009 Registration is now open

December 9th 2009 Nancy Denslow's lecture is titled "Toxicogenomic tools for ecotoxicology: microarray analysis of fish in contaminated field sites"

November 10th 2009 The publisher Taylor and Francis are providing 3 Book awards for graduate students or post-docs. Papers based on NETS2010 will be published in JTEH and there will be a $500 award for best paper.

November 09th 2009 Two more keynote lectures have been confirmed.
Mark Viant, University of Birmingham, UK: Integrating metabolomics with physiology: Towards "Systems Toxicology"
Geir Wing Gabrielsen, Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway: Arctic Ecotoxicology - an overview

November 4th 2009 Two more keynote lectures have been confirmed.
Richard Bellerby, Bjerknessenteret, UiB, Norway: Ecological effects of ocean acidification in a changing climate.
Wim de Coen, ECHA, Finland/Belgium: Toxicogenomics and the regulatory arena.

November 1st 2009 Early birds to register will get the symposium (including symposium dinner) for 1500 NOK. Registration after February 15th is 2000 NOK

October 31st 2009 Keynote lecutrer Richard Owen, University of Westminster, UK. He will also participate on the student symposium

October 24th 2009 Deadline for abstracts is February 15th 2010

October 20th 2009 Keynote lecturer Nancy Denslow, University of Florida

October 14th 2009 A number of travel awards will be available for master and PhD students


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