The current 2021 research portfolio under the environmental programme looks as follows:
- ECO 40.2: Investigations on the bioconcentration of xenobiotics in the freshwater amphipod Hyalella azteca and inter-laboratory comparison of a new BCF test protocol (Phase II) Principal investigator: Christian Schlechtriem, Fraunhofer Institute, Germany
- ECO 41: Improved characterization of partitioning and biotransformation for screening organic compounds for the potential to bioaccumulate in airbreathing species
Principal investigator: Frank Wania, Univerisity of Toronto at Scarborough, Canada
- ECO 42: Fate-directed Toxicity Testing and Risk Assessment of UVCBs.
Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. Philipp Mayer, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
- ECO 43: Improved sediment toxicity testing design and data interpretation for very.
Principal investigator: Dr. Michiel Jonker, IRAS, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
- ECO 44.2: Integrating Bioaccumulation Assessment Tools for Mammals (iBAT-Mam)
Principal investigator: Jon Arnot, ARC Arnot Research & Consulting Inc, Canada
- ECO 46: Improved aquatic Testing and Assessment of cationic Polymers (iTAP).
Principal investigator: Dr. Hans Sanderson, Aarhus University, Denmark
- ECO 47: SNAPFISH: Searching for refiNed in vitro Approaches to Predict bioconcentration in FISH Principal investigator: Dr. Kilian Smith, Institute for Environmental Reserach, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
- ECO 48: Nano2Plast – Extending nanoparticle models to open source models of the fate and transport of microplastic in aquatic systems Principal investigator: Prof. Matthew MacLeod, Stockholm University
- ECO 49: Microplastic Effect Thresholds for Aquatic Species (METAS) Principal investigator: Prof. dr. Albert Koelmans, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
- ECO 50: Incorporating spatial and seasonal variability in community sensitivity into chemical risk assessment (GETREAL)
Principal investigator: Prof. dr. Ralf B. Schäfer, The University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
- ECO 51: SWIFT – Strengthening Weight of evidence for FET data to replace acute Fish Toxicity
Principal Investigator: Adam Lillicrap, Norwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA), NO
- ECO 52: Bioavailability, complex substances and overall persistence (BCOP): three themes to deliver a step-change in persistence assessments
Principal investigator: Christopher Hughes, Ricardo-AEA Ltd, UK
- ECO 53: A Chemical Categorisation Approach for LRTP Assessment (CC-ALT)
Principal investigator: Knut Breivik, Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), NO
- ECO 54: Developing a tiered modeling framework in support of risk assessment of chemical substances associated with mobility concerns
Principal investigator: Li Li, NSHE University of Nevada, USA
- ECO 55: Assessing the Impact of Sample Collection on Microbial Population and Validity Criteria in the OECD 309 Surface Water Mineralisation Test
Principal investigator: Odd Gunnar Brakstad, SINTEF Ocean AS, Norway
For more information on the LRI,, visit their website http://www.cefic-lri.org.