Environmental Specimen Bank at annual meeting of the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER)
Three presentations prove the benefits of the integrated ESB approach: Scientific data on pollutants in humans and the environment.
This year’s contributions of the German Environment Agency (UBA) for the ISBER Annual Meeting in Berlin focus on the benefits of ESB research for environmental policy making.
Head of UBA Division
Environmental Health and Protection of Ecosystems Lilian Busse discusses with international experts how ESB exposure data support the timely identification of risks and regulatory action’s efficiency control.
Two further presentations by UBA expert André Conrad demonstrate how specific questionnaire data help to further elucidate human exposure to chemicals.
April 04, 2016 until April 07, 2016
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