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Archive: What's new on EVISA's web site ?

EVISA's webportal is continuously updated with current information. Please recognize that even back-lying pages, such as "old" News in the archive are updated with respect to links and current information. Here we inform about recent changes made to our web site.

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29th April 2007
EVISA welcomes a new member of its Directory of Scientists:
Erik Björn, University of Umeå, Sweden

24th April 2007
Addition to EVISA's News section:
Nutrigenomics: The role of chromium for fat metabolism revisited

We continuously update our databases for actual information:
Link Database now has 1270 records
Company database now has 1310 records
Instrument database now has 2350 records.

22nd April 2007
Addition to EVISA's Diary of Events:

20th April 2007
Announcement of an open position for a postdoctorial fellow at

16th April 2007
Announcement of an open position:
University of South Florida: ICPMS/IRMS Instrument Technician

15th April 2007
Publication of the
April issue of EVISA's Speciation Newsletter.

Addition of Link pages to EVISA's Link database guiding to external resources related to speciation:

 All about cobalt
 All about molybdenum
 All about platinum
 All about thallium
 All about uranium
 All about vanadium
 All about zinc

Via this link pages you will get a kind of summary of the information available within EVISA's database on external resources related to a certain element and its compounds.

12th April 2007
Addition to EVISA's News section:
OSHA Agrees to Monitor Worker Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium-Containing Cement

9th April 2007
Addition to EVISA's News section:
Trimethylselenonium is not the major metabolite for human cancer patients excreting high doses of selenium

1st April 2007
Addition to EVISA's News section:
EVISA's User Community steadily growing

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