€ 100.000 Award for Ecotoxicology
Europe cooperates with the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) to
present the Long-range Research Innovative Science Award. The € 100.000 prize
aims to promote innovation in the fields of toxicology and ecotoxicology.
Especially early career scientists are invited to submit a proposal for
research in the broad fields of ecotoxicology, including but not limited to 1)
eco-quality and eco-epidemiology, 2) eco-relevance of risk assessment
procedures and 3) alternative methods in ecological safety.
Are you a rebel thinker? Do you have a good idea? Make it come alive!
Nominations for this award can be sent until 14 March 2014. Read more: http://www.cefic-lri.org/awards.
- 2007: Roman Ashauer (EAWAG, Switzerland)
with his research proposal
entitled "Improving the definition of water quality criteria: linking
organism recovery times to mechanism of action and acute-to-chronic ratios"
Dr. Timothy Gant, chair of the Jury Panel presenting the SETAC/CEFIC
LRI Innovative Science Award to Dr. Roman Ashauer
- 2005: Paul J. van den Brink (Alterra, Netherlands) with his research proposal
entitled "Predicting the response of aquatic invertebrates to chemical
stress using species traits and stressor mode of action"
information can be found at www.cefic-lri.org