Damià Barceló occupies the 3rd spot on the top leading environmental scientist of the world ranking released by Research.com

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The researcher Damià Barceló has been awarded with the Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Almería.

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A scientific team led by the researcher Sílvia Lacorte, from the Chemometrics group, has developed a methodological procedure to determine simultaneously a large number of organic micropollutants from different chemical families. The method has been applied to analyse water samples collected in 21 Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBA) representing different habitats in Spain.

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Last 18th March, the researcher Mar Viana, representing IDAEA-CSIC, together with Urban Air Purifier and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya visited the TMCOMAS facilities as the first contact to get to know firsthand the thermal spray coating area, where they will carry out the airborne nanoparticles measures for the LIFE NANOHEALTH project, which started last January.

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The Menéndez Pelayo International University and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) organise the third edition of the online Master’s Degree in Pandemics, Global Health and COVID-19, coordinated by the IDAEA-CSIC director, Teresa Moreno, together with María Montoya (CIB-CSIC), and Julio Pérez (IEGD-CSIC), and directed by the virologist Margarita del Val (CBMSO-CSIC-UAM).

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Researchers Sílvia Díaz Cruz and Adrià Sunyer, from the ENFOCHEM group, have participated in a study that shows that the Mediterranean seagrass Posidonia oceanica accumulates UV filters. The study consisted of sampling the seagrass at three different sites on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca.

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Dr Enric Vázquez, researcher at the IDAEA Groundwater and Hydrogeochemistry group, has co-written the chapter six of the UNESCO report for the Water World Day 2022. He is co-author of Chapter 6 Groundwater and Ecosystems and has contributed to Chapter 7 Groundwater, aquifers and climate change.

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Researchers from the Environmental Toxicology group have described that only 24 hours of exposure to the carbaryl insecticide produce harmful effects in zebrafish larvae, a laboratory model organism used in research due to the similarity of its nervous system to that of humans. Even at concentrations 35,000 times lower than the current safety levels, this insecticide seriously affects the behavior of these organisms, compromising their survival.

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More than a hundred professionals from the field of environmental quality and health from various institutions and scientific, academic, health, and public health associations, including 8 researchers from IDAEA, have signed a joint position on the ruling of the Superior Court of Justice of Catalunya (TSJC) on the Zona de Baixes Emissions (ZBE) of Barcelona.

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