Three posters presented:
- Elisabeth Chang gave one entitled “Understanding factors that influence ionisable xenobiotic bioaccumulation using a Fish in vitro Gill Cell Culture System (FIGCS)”
- Dr. Tom Miller gave one on “iNVertox: Rapid intelligent in silico predictions of sub-lethal ecotoxicology effects in invertebrates following pharmaceutical exposure
- Dr. Jon Arnot presented a poster corner presentation on behalf on the ECO34 team entitled “A tiered testing strategy for rapid estimation of bioaccumulation by a combined modelling in vitro testing approach: identification of candidate test chemicals”
Tom also gave a talk entitled Investigating the application of artificial neural networks to predict the bioconcentration of xenobiotics in fish and invertebrates.
Nic Bury also co-chaired a session with Dr. Eric van Genderen entitled – Interpreting biological effects of metals and their mixtures in the aquatic and terrestrial environment