Ljubljana - September 24th, 2020

Bionanoteam was very successful in ARRS research projects national call

In september 2020 bionanoteam obtained 2 national research projects as leaders and one as a collaborator. Anita Jemec Kokalj obtained a 3- year full basic research project, Veno Kononenko obtained a 2-years post doc project. Sara Novak collaborates in a project by National Institute of Biology (leader Anamarija Žagar). Congratulations!
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Ljubljana - September 22nd, 2020

NanoFASE publication as a cover page in Environmental Sci: nano

Bionanoteam contributed significantly to a review paper recently published in prestigious journal Environmental Science Nano. The paper entitled "The gut barrier and the fate of engineered nanomaterials: a view from comparative physiology" is considered as one of the major outputs of the NanoFASE project. The authors also contributed to the design of the journal front cover.   Abstract. The structure of the ...
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Ljubljana - June 24th, 2020

Andraz Dolar attends online SETAC 2020 Annual meeting

This year SETAC 2020 was suppossed to be held in Dublin. Due to the new pandemic situation, the conference was held online. Andraz Dolar, a bionanoteam PhD student, presented his work entitled: Effect of combined exposure to microplastics and organophosphates on the immune system of terrestrial isopod Porcellio scaber. Abstract book.
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Ljubljana - April 25th, 2019

Bionanoteam is a member of Impasse project consortium

Bionanoteam joined a project consortium of IMPASSE: Impacts of MicroPlastics in AgroSystems and Stream Environment. This project is the first international research project, funded through the Water Joint Programming initiative (JPI) investigating the loads, fluxes and impacts of microplastics in farmlands. It is coordinated by Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA, Norway). Please read more about this project.
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Ljubljana - April 16th, 2019

prof. Drobne attends Expert workshop PSLT as observer

The recent classifications of titanium dioxide and carbon black (intended in 2021) and the suggestion that PSLTs (Poorly Soluble Low Toxicity Particles) can be considered as a group for safety classification, raises important questions how best to apply the wealth of inhalation toxicology and epidemiology information. This workshop was a forum where experts discussed the state-of-the-art science on PSLT safety ...
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Ljubljana - March 25th, 2019

NanoFASE meeting MALTA

Bionanoteam attends the  42 Month Consortium Meeting NanoFASE, March 18-21. The project is now reaching final stage. Extensive meetings regarding final reporting and clickable framework design were held.
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Ljubljana - February 17th, 2019

NanoRIGO Kick-off meeting

Nanotechnology Risk Governance Framework (NanoRIGO) H2020-NMBP-TO-IND-2018 kick-off meeting took place in Aarhus Denmark. WP members meet to discuss the first step for launch of this innovative project.
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Ljubljana - February 1st, 2019

Bionanoteam minisymposium: 10 years of research

Bionanoteam minisymposium was held on 22.1. 2019 at the Department of Biology, Biotechnical Faculty UL in honor of the 10th anniversary of bionanoteam research group. Introductory words were given by Prof. dr. Emil Erjavec; Dean of Biotechnical Faculty; Prof. dr. Mihael Jožef Toman, Vice-dean and Dr. Alenka Rožaj, Director of Slovenian Innovation hub. Bionanoteam hosted Andreas Falk from Bionanonet (Austria) to present ...
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Ljubljana - December 21st, 2018

2nd General meeting Maristem, Banyuls (France)

Bionanoteam attended the 2nd General meeting on Maristem cost action in Banyuls (France) (November 28-30). Maristem is called: Stem cells of marine/aquatic invertebrates: from basic research to innovative applications. The goal of this action is to foster the study of MISCs by strengthening the European research community, and to integrate it with biomedical disciplines for innovative applications.  
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Ljubljana - November 12th, 2018

Bionanoteam celebrates the 10th Anniversary

Prof. Drobne funded Bionanoteam in 2008. The exact date for registration of the research group was 12.11. 2008. To pay tribute to this event bionanoteam met and discussed past and future events and shared happy memories with colleagues involved in nanoscience research.
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Damjana Drobne

Prof. Dr. Damjana Drobne

Biotechnical Faculty University of Ljubljana Večna pot 111 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia +386 1 320 3375 email | bibliography Bionanoteam is a research group at the Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana. Founded in 2008 by Prof. Damjana Drobne, Bionanoteam currently consists of 3 experienced researchers, 2 PhD candidates, 1 technical assistant and a number of graduate and undergraduate students. Damjana is a Professor of Zoology and Professor of Toxicology from University of Ljubljana. With over twenty years of research experience, she is the founder and principal investigator of Bionanoteam.