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Feb. 12, 2016, 12 p.m. - Application of systems toxicology towards improved model development for human hazard and risk assessment (Rob H. Stierum)

At TNO, The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, one of our main research programs aims at the development of innovative methods to investigate the safety of chemical substances, food ingredients, drugs and nanoparticles. Systems toxicology is an integral part of this program and its integration with toxicology/exposure assessment is ...

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Feb. 19, 2016, 12 p.m. - Mimicking nature's genius: fresh view on proton conducting membranes (Krzysztof Artur Bogdanowicz)

After the petrol crisis and pollution, problems deriving from the use of petrol derivatives, fuel cells (FCs) and artificial photosynthesis gained an important place in development of green energy1-3. The FCs are devices able to convert the chemical energy of a fuel to electric current and it is common to ...

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Feb. 26, 2016, 12 p.m. - Smart coatings for corrosion protection (Gaetano Palumbo )

Iron and steel since decades, has been one of the most important material in our daily life due to their good mechanical properties, availability and relatively reasonable cost. However, iron does not exist in nature as iron, but as compound such as oxide. In order to get an usable material, ...

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March 11, 2016, 12 p.m. - Optical sources at the nanoscale: Interaction between localized surface plasmons and nonlinear solid-state gain media (Luisa Bausa)

Noble metal nanostructures offers a promising perspective for the development of new photonic devices due to their ability to manipulate light in the nano-scale. Their extraordinary capability to couple light with collective oscillations of their conduction-band electrons results in a strong confinement of the electromagnetic energy in the surroundings of ...

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April 8, 2016, 12 p.m. - Revisiting Asphaltene Precipitation from Crude Oils: A Case of Neglected Kinetic Effects (H. Scott Fogler)

Asphaltenes represent the largest and most polar fraction of crude oil and have been labeled the “cholesterol of the petroleum industry” due to the multitude of problems they cause, costing tens of millions of dollars each year. Heavy oils and tar sands are likely to be a significant source of ...

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