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Biosensors for the Environmental Monitoring of Aquatic Systems: Bioanalytical and Chemical Methods for Endocrine Disruptors: Indicator Assays and . of Environmental Chemistry / Water Pollution)

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ISBN 10: 3540002782 / ISBN 13: 9783540002789
Published by Springer 2009-05-13, 2009
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Title: Biosensors for the Environmental Monitoring ...

Publisher: Springer 2009-05-13

Publication Date: 2009

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sector. This ensured eventual transfer of the technology demonstrated at the wo- shops and Technical Meetings to marketable devices. BIOSET provided assistance for researchers from European laboratories to meet to exchange ideas, use equ- ment, and establish a basis for new joint projects. The secretariat of the Concerted Action BIOSET supported the Technical Meetings. There were three Technical Meetings held, two in Berlin in 1997 and 1998, and the third in Barcelona, in April 2000. The goal of these technical meetings was to join different research and industrial teams to evaluate the performance of their biosensor technology in field conditions with common and standardized surface and waste waters. As a result of these field experiments, the additional information that biosensors can offer to environmental monitoring was also evaluated. Thus, these three Technical Meetings were useful accompanying measures and practical additions to the currently organized yearly workshops. The concerted action BIOSET was f- lowed by the SENSPOL network. The 1st SENSPOL Workshop was held on the 9-11 May 2001 on Sensing Technologies for Contaminated Sites and Groundwater at the University of Alcala. There was one special Workshop on "Genotoxicity Biosensing (TECHNOTOX)" supported by the European Commission DG XII D-1 and BIOSET in the year 2000. The TECHNOTOX meeting at the Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO) in Mol was organized by Phillippe Corbisier (VITO), Peter-D. Hansen (TU Berlin) and Damia Barcelo (CSIC Barcelona).

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From the reviews: “The book provides a good and fairly complete overview of the biosensors that are used in bioanalytical and chemical methods ... with many references provided. The book serves as an excellent compendium of the achievements of the field of new measurement devices ... . Biosensors for the Environmental Monitoring of Aquatic Systems is a carefully written work that provides exact definitions ... and results achieved by research groups around the world. ... will be an invaluable source of information for active researchers in this field.” (Boguslaw Buszewski, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, November, 2009)

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