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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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31st January 2017
Announcement of an open PDF position:
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW — Basel: Speciation of selenium in reducing environments

29th January 2017
Additions to EVISA's News section:
Toxic Mercury in Aquatic Life Could Spike due to Climate Change

26th January 2017
Additions to EVISA's Instrument database:
PerkinElmer Inc. - NexION 2000 ICP Mass Spectrometer

20th January 2017
Additions to EVISA's Instrument database:
Agilent Technologies Inc. - Intuvo 9000 GC
Agilent Technologies Inc. - 4210 MP-AES
ASI - Alphachron™
ASI - RESOchron
ASI - RESOlution
ASI - SHRIMP IIe/V


Addition to EVISA's Company Database:
Australian Scientific Instruments Pty. Ltd.

19th January 2017
Addition to EVISA's Agenda of Events:
IMA-2017: International Conference on Instrumental Methods of Analysis, Heraklion, Crete, Greece: 17 Sep 2017 - 21 Sep, 2017

17th January 2017
Announcement of an open PDF position:
University of Bordeaux: Ion beam and synchrotron radiation imaging of uranium distribution in neurons

EVISA welcomes a new member of its Directory of Scientists:
Swart, Claudia / Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), 3.1

16th January 2017
Publication of the
January issue of the Speciation Newsletter

Addition to EVISA's section of Brief summaries:
Use of certified reference materials (CRMS) for speciation analysis

Addition to EVISA's Material Database:
ERM-CA400 - Total Mercury in Seawater

15th January 2017
Addition to EVISA's Journal Database:
BMC Pharmacology and Toxicology

12th January 2017
Announcement of open PhD positions:
Aberdeen University: Determination of trace elements in Oil and Gas matrices (e.g. Mercury, Selenium, Arsenic, Cadmium) and their speciation
Aberdeen University: Determination of toxic and essential elements (e.g. Mercury, Selenium, Arsenic, Cadmium) and their speciation and distribution in the environment and life sciences, using modern analytical methods
Aberdeen University: Determination of arsenic, cadmium and selenium speciation in environmental and biological samples using mass spectrometry

5th January 2017
Addition to EVISA's News section:
ERM-AE671: A new Certified Reference Material to make methylmercury measurements in food more reliable

Addition to EVISA's Material Database:
ERM-AE671 CH3(202Hg)Cl in 2 % Ethanol/Water











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