Changes concern Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degress, European Universities and Sector Skills Alliances. Full details are available here. Version 2 of the Programme Guide introducing these changes is available here.
Despite successes in addressing some of the most hazardous chemicals, more attention is needed to address the danger posed by the 'cocktail effect' of lower concentrations of chemicals in European lakes, rivers and other surface water bodies, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) report released today.
Waste Management has published a “thank you” letter to reviewers for their dedication to the journal in 2017. The editorial team recognize 32 top reviewers for their distinguished reviews both in the number and quality. A short bio and photo of each top reviewer are followed. View more information
Publication date: 15 February 2019Source: Waste Management, Volume 85Author(s): Audrey Magnin, Eric Pollet, Rémi Perrin, Christophe Ullmann, Cécile Persillon, Vincent Phalip, Luc AvérousAbstractBiological recycling of polyurethanes (PU) is a huge challenge to take up in order to reduce a large part of the environmental pollution from these materials. However, enzymatic depolymerization of PU still needs […]