Highlights

Cutting-edge research

The NaToxAq project was the first to address natural toxins in the water environment in its entirety. With an exceptional degree of cooperation, we addressed all stages of natural toxin production, occurrence, transport, fate, removal, and toxicity. Together with most innovative partners from industry we are covering both, basic research and applied sciences. We are inviting you to contribute and share your knowledge in the field of water-borne natural toxins and their impacts and are looking forward to the discussion in this expert forum.

Prerecorded talks and online poster sessions

We aim at all talks being prerecorded and broadcasted at a given time slot followed by a short live discussion. All presentations and posters will be available online in relevant time before and after the conference. And all presentations, posters etc. will only be accessible with a password for conference participants only.

Keynote lectures by experts in the field of

  • Cyanobacterial contamination

Dr. Ingrid Chorus
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ingrid_Chorus

  • Aqueous chemistry of natural compounds

Prof. Alan T. Stone
https://engineering.jhu.edu/ehe/faculty/alan-t-stone/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/alan-t-stone-59616a84/

  • Science and water regulation

Prof. John Fawell
http://cranfield.academia.edu/JohnFawell
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/John_Fawell

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Student-friendly registration fees and financial support

The conference is co-financed by the NaToxAq project and the European Unions’ Horizon 2020 programme. It is especially designed to facilitate networking among young researchers and promote connections between academia and industry. We also offer the possibility to apply for financial support. See more under registration.

Career Development Webinars

Unfortunately we are forced to cancel the Complementary Skills Course for young researchers, that we had planned. Instead we encourage you to join the Career Development Webinars arranged by Society of Toxicology.